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Over 10 plus years, everyday I have been posting only my own images on Facebook and Twitter. Some days more than one image. The work ranges from drawings, paintings, photographs, 3D graphics and photilation™(a word I coined in 1990 to describe the blending of photography and illustration on the computer). The only time I missed a couple of days was when I was in China and Bhutan when I had no access to the internet. Below is a small sampling of the posts.
To see more work, please visit Larry Hamill on Facebook or my website http://www.larryhamill.com
The following images are of Environmental Portraits I have taken over the last 7 years.
A group of large, bright, colorful animals are visiting Cleveland Ohio now. Regeneration Cleveland is a project the Land Studio coordinated with CrackedArt of Milan, Italy.
The Tea Rival in the Ohio City District has a fascinating organic wall.
Hopefully all will go well with the upcoming RNC Convention
The 2016 Columbus Skyline Poster Calendar has arrived. Calendars are available for purchase at Haus Frau Haven, 769 South Third St. in German Village. Part of the proceeds go to the German Village Society. Calendars are selling for $9.00.
The 2013 Columbus Skyline Poster Calendar has arrived.
Calendars are available for purchase at the German Village Meeting Haus – 588 S. Third Ave. in the Village. Proceeds will benefit the German Village Society.
Give a Holiday gift that’s functional all year and serves a good cause too.
Hours: Monday – Friday: 9 am to 4 pm and Saturdays: 10 am to 2 pm. Closed Sundays. The German Village Meeting Haus is open now through Dec. 21, then closed for the holiday until Jan. 2, 2013.
Calendars are also available at Hausfrau Haven, 769 S. Third St. in the village.
Calendars are selling for $10.00.
Egrets, like the one mirrored above, are just one of the species that can be seen at the Grange Insurance Audubon Center. Perched on the Whittier Peninsula, the center is located within The Scioto Audubon Metro Park along the Scioto River, just south of downtown.
Outside, the Center features distinctive flora and fauna habitat areas, native plant demonstration gardens and a playground built from natural and recycled materials.
Inside, there’s a library with a view of the downtown skyline, a multipurpose room that seats 200, permanent and revolving exhibits and a nature store.
As a green facility, it was built with recycled construction materials, while its heating and cooling are fueled by alternative energy sources. The center hopes to increase environmental awareness through example and education.
An observation deck and terrace, complete with bird feeders, provide a panoramic view of the area’s reclaimed and restored 160 acres.
Once an industrial strip of land, the area is a major migratory bird flyaway, as well as home to lighter winged creatures like the dragonflies below.
When viewed from the air (note the red tower), this reclaimed green space may seem small and insignificant, but with the help of Grange Insurance, Audubon Ohio, Franklin County Metro Parks and the City of Columbus have preserved a key environmental pathway for future generations.