I was pleased to have received notice this past summer that my six image project “Wintermarsh” had been accepted for publication in the LensWork Publishing book, ” Seeing in Sixes 2019″ edited by Brooks Jensen and Maureen Gallagher.  My copy of the book arrived yesterday.  I’m looking forward to studying the other forty-nine projects contained in it.

I extend my gratitude to each of you for your likes and comments.  Without them, I may not have submitted the project for consideration. Thank you.

25 thoughts on “Wintermarsh

    1. Thank you, David. This is a little out of character for me, entering into competitions and so on. It must have been a New Years resolution I made back in January when I submitted them. 🙂

  1. Wow, I’m so excited to hear this! That’s wonderful. And haven’t they said this will be the last year they’re doing Seeing in Sixes? The book can only be enhanced by your work, Mic. You are a perfect fit for the kind of quality Jensen appreciates. Your photos make me ooo and ahhh inside, they are masterfully evocative of a certain atmosphere I have felt outdoors on quiet winter days. I would be thrilled to have made any of these images, but I have to mention the first one for the way the geese at the bottom are still and sharp, and those at the top, in flight, have the perfectly feathered and blurred wings – fantastic! Karine said it – the series is poetic. Congratulations, Mic.

    1. Thank you, Lynn. I am very appreciative of your comments and encouragement. Also very happy to have been included in the book. 🙂

      Yes, 2019 was the last year of Seeing in Sixes. I have seen the information on next year’s book but can’t find a link to it. My understanding is that it will be single images to include more photographers.

      1. Yes. Although I most often only post one image at a time, I did really like the discipline of a project. Maybe I need to consider that idea more often and more seriously.

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