Horse stampede in the sea

A glorious, breathtaking stampede of horses in the sea! This is a perfect scene for not only those who like horses, but for those who appreciate the incredible energy and power of animals. A single animal can prove to be powerful enough. Bring together the energy of several examples of the same animal, and you have boundless potential for that energy and power. Artists have captured this in their works for years, and this piece is no exception. Available in several different prints, or as an interior décor product, such as duvet covers, t-shirts, or shower curtains. (Jan Keteleer)

A glorious, breathtaking stampede of horses in the sea! This is a perfect scene for not only those who like horses, but for those who appreciate the incredible energy and power of animals. A single animal can prove to be powerful enough. Bring together the energy of several examples of the same animal, and you have boundless potential for that energy and power. Artists have captured this in their works for years, and this piece is no exception. Available in several different prints, or as an interior décor product, such as duvet covers, t-shirts, or shower curtains. (Jan Keteleer)

Artist: Jan Keteleer (JanKé)

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Falcons hunting in the evening

This dynamic, rich piece features the striking visual of falcons in their distinctive, powerful surroundings. A moon that is simply massive, almost too close for comfort, hangs over the evening sky. The falcons are profoundly dedicated to their purpose. They will not stop hunting until they have found what they are looking for. If you happen to be one of the animals preferred by falcons, it isn’t hard to imagine the moon representing the heart. It is almost about to burst from fear and excitement. Available in several print forms, or as a home interior décor product. (Jan Keteleer)

This dynamic, rich piece features the striking visual of falcons in their distinctive, powerful surroundings. A moon that is simply massive, almost too close for comfort, hangs over the evening sky. The falcons are profoundly dedicated to their purpose. They will not stop hunting until they have found what they are looking for. If you happen to be one of the animals preferred by falcons, it isn’t hard to imagine the moon representing the heart. It is almost about to burst from fear and excitement. Available in several print forms, or as a home interior décor product. (Jan Keteleer)

Artist: Jan Keteleer (JanKé)

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Photographic Interpretation of Crazy River

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I've always had a visual come to mind whenever I hear Robbie Robertson's song 'Crazy River'. I envisaged a moonlit evening in Louisiana in a field...and a car.
So, for some reason, I decided to tackle the subject in Photoshop. This took several layers and a lot of tweaking. I started with a purpose-shot image of the field with grass and trees at sunset (near my own home, not in Louisiana!) and filtered the layer with blue light. The moon was from an old slide. It was placed on another layer, and I used a mask with opacity adjustment to get the clouds from the background shot to appear to be in front of the moon. Another shot of the night sky provided the stars, and I took a little artistic license by painting in the comet/meteor.
Finding a ’59 Chevy and lighting it for the scene would have been near impossible, so I ordered a scale model from eBay. I used filtered strobe light to illuminate the car, and added a yellow LED under the dash to make it appear that the dashboard and radio were lit. Finally, I photographed myself under orange-filtered strobe, and plunked my image in the back seat. Lots of layer masks were used to make this all work, as well as the burn tool to create the car’s shadow.

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Sea Oats


The coastal dune systems are incredibly harsh areas for plants. The combination of salt spray, shifting sand and the lack of water retention by the sand defeats most plants that attempt to grow there. Sea oats, Uniola paniculata, is a colonizing species of the dunes. The root system of the sea oats help stabilize the dunes, which allows other plants to get a start. Without the stabilizing influence of the sea oats, the dune are subject to increased erosion, which can result in the loss of the entire dune system. Sea oats are protected, which one of the reasons that boardwalks are constructed over the dunes to allow access to the beach without harm to the sea oats. The building thunderhead provides a dramatic backdrop for the dune and the sea oats.
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