Local Whidbey Island photographer Matt has strolled through the Sculpture Forest with his camera on several occasions, experiencing the park in different lighting and conditions. The new site installation Nature’s Keystone by New York City artist Anthony Heinz May spoke to him for photographing from a different angle while controlling focus and lighting.
“The park is beautiful, including art that is very thoughtful and intentionally placed! Half the fun is searching for the sculptures, some hanging amongst the trees above our heads. We really enjoyed the casual walk and whimsical surprises along the way.”
Thank you, Matt and Anthony.
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