We’ve completed our brand new MAS Artwork website (www.masartwork.com), and it’s up and running. You can now browse our many galleries and then purchase any of the images at a variety of sizes to hang up in your very own living room. Our payment services are with PayPal, so it’s quick and easy, and you can use PayPal itself or use your credit cards with them.
On our site, we’ve separated our photography and artwork into various galleries. They are: Architecture, Cemetery, Scenic, Stairs, Portraits, Miscellaneous and Statuary & Fountains. We will still have our images up on our Etsy site (masartwork.etsy.com). But we will have much MORE on our own site, with more coming all the time.
In honor of our launch, I have added a preview of my images from my recent trip to Lake Tahoe. Tahoe was beautiful as usual, and the warm low-precipitation Spring season made for some unique images showcasing a mixture of snow-capped peaks and exposed mountainsides and earth.
These first images are from a nearby small lake called “Fallen Leaf Lake” just south of Lake Tahoe. I caught it in the early morning, and the water was as still as ice. It was also super-reflective and clean, making it perfect for mirror shots. I had to do a bit of walking through some pine tree woods, and down a grade. It was very relaxing though as I was the only one for miles it seemed. When I reached the bottom there was a rocky edge just wide enough to stand on, and the trees parted and I was confronted with the view you see below. Beyond the mountain peak in the images is “Emerald Bay”, a famous inlet of Lake Tahoe you’ll be seeing pictures of soon. The climb back up the grade was pretty strenuous, but I had the memories of the scenes I just experienced reminding me that it’s all worth it.
Thanks for spending some time with us.