“Landscapes by Timothy S. Allen” at Kun Shan Technical University, May 13 – 23, 2014

Chinese Banyan Tree

This is the tryptic at the entrance of my photography exhibition titled “Landscape” The title is “Chinese Banyan”.The trees were photographed in Chiayi County, Taiwan. The size is 26″ x 60″ or 66 cm x 155 cm.

Rain on Neskowin Beach, Oregon

Rain on Neskowin Beach, Oregon, 19.7″ x 27.5″, 50cm x 70cm

Polar Ice House Tillamook, Oregon

Polar Ice House Tillamook, Oregon, 19.6″ x 27.5″, 50cm x 70cm

Oyster Beds Nehalin Beach Park, Oregon

Oyster Beds Nehalin Beach Park, Oregon, 10.9″ x 19.7″, 28cm x 50cm

Kayaking on the Newport Harbor, Oregon

Kayaking on the Newport Harbor, Oregon, 14″ x 19.7″, 36cm x 50cm

God's Light, Cascade Head, Oregon

God’s Light, Cascade Head, Oregon, 19.7″ x 27.5″, 50cm x 70cm

Foggy Mornig on Tomalas Bay, California

Foggy Mornig on Tomalas Bay, California, 11″ x 19.7″, 28cm x 50cm

Electric Sun, DaLin Townshop, Taiwan

Electric Sun, DaLin Townshop, Taiwan, 19.7″ x 27.5″, 50cm x 70cm

Blue Heron on Neskowin Beach, Oregon

Blue Heron on Neskowin Beach, Oregon, 14″ x 19.7″, 36cm x 50cm

Blimp Hanger, Tillamook, Oregon

Blimp Hanger, Tillamook, Oregon, 19.7″ x 27.6″, 50cm x 70cm

Early Morning, Tomalis Bay, California

Early Morning, Tomalis Bay, California, 19.7″ x 35.2″, 50cm x 89cm

Dusk at Neskowin Beach, Oregon

Dusk at Neskowin Beach, Oregon, 19.7″ x 27.5″, 50cm x 70cm

Clouds Above the Salmon River Estuary, Sitka, Oregon

Clouds Above the Salmon River Estuary, Sitka, Oregon, 19.7″ x 35″, 50cm x 89cm

Abandoned Drive in Theater, Yurington, Nevada

Abandoned Drive in Theater, Yurington, Nevada, 19.7″ x 27.6″, 50cm x 70cm

Sunlight on Alder Trees, Sitka, Oregon

Sunlight on Alder Trees, Sitka, Oregon, 19.7″ x 27.5″, 50cm x 70cm

Sitka Spruce Grove, Cascade Head, Oregon

Sitka Spruce Grove, Cascade Head, Oregon, 19.7″ x 27.6″, 50cm x 70cm

Salmon River Estuary Oregon

Salmon River Estuary Oregon, 19.7″ x 35.2″, 50cm x 82.3cm

Reflections of Sunset on Neskowin Beach, Oregon

Reflections of Sunset on Neskowin Beach, Oregon, 19.7″ x 34.9″, 50cm x 89cm

Rain on the Salmon River Spit, Oregon

Rain on the Salmon River Spit, Oregon, 19.7″ x 27.6″, 50cm x 70 cm

Yaquina Head Lighthouse Newport, Oregon

Yaquina Head Lighthouse Newport, Oregon 19.7″ x 27.6″, 50cm x 70cm

 

View from Cascade Head, Oregon

View from Cascade Head, Oregon 22″ x 35.3″, 50.5cm x 90cm

 

Vinyards, Sonoma County, California

Vinyards, Sonoma County, California 19.7″ x 27.6″, 50cm x 70cm

Sunset Looking South Toward Rockaway Beach, Oregon

Sunset Looking South Toward Rockaway Beach, Oregon, 19.7″ x 35″, 50cm x 89cm

Sunset from the Cascade Head, Oregon

Sunset from the Cascade Head, Oregon, 19.7″ x 27.6″, 50cm x 70cm

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45 Comments on ““Landscapes by Timothy S. Allen” at Kun Shan Technical University, May 13 – 23, 2014

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    • Thank you. One beach seemed to capture my attention, Neskowin Beach along the central coast of Oregon. So many great scenes to try to capture. Thanks again for looking.

    • Thank you, I’m honored. The blog does not reflect the size of some of these images. That is why I included the size with the title. Thanks again for taking the time.

  2. is Oregon always kind of cloudy like that? is it ever sunny and clear? the photos were pretty, like the guy in the kayak. the abandoned drive in Nevada and the lighthouse, (don’t tell anyone but I have a fondness for lighthouses, not sure why, it will be our little secret kay?)

    • In the 3 months we were there the weather ranged from sunny to snow with it leaning more toward sunny. I preferred the more rainy periods as indicated from some of my beach images. However the kayaking and lighthouse images were in full sunlight.
      I too like lighthouses. The one in the exhibit is the most photographed lighthouse in Oregon. It is my homage to painter Edward Hopper who painted lighthouses but is best known for his city paintings of people living in buildings.
      The abandoned drive-in movie screen was taken early in the morning. The sun in the desert area was too intense during the day. It is also one of my favorites.
      Thank you for spending time looking at the images from the exhibition.

  3. Wow, Tim! These are really beautiful. I too love the foggy/rainy images, though I wouldn’t limit my appreciation to just those. Really great! Good luck with your exhibit! Trisha

    • Thank you. Wait till you see the sizes. I’ll try to bring a few to TAPG (is that right) in June. That’s Tuesday afternoon? We arrive back in the U.S. Monday evening June 2. You may have to punch me at the meeting to keep me awake.

  4. Greetings from NC, Tim, the work shines and brings back great memories from my time both in CA and the northwest coast. I keep going back to ‘Polar Ice’ love the color, and the Heron piece. Too many favorites!! The show will do well.

  5. Wow… I’m very impressed. Like… boink (the sound of my jaw dropping on the floor). There are some very pretty pictures here and some of them, by their contrast, will look lovely together. Good luck with the expo and hope that there will a lot of people enjoying your work!

  6. Some fantastic shots here. Others are merely beautiful. 🙂 I hope you are enjoying yourself and if my walls weren’t already plastered with my own photos there would be several of yours that would be hanging on my walls. I don’t want this to sound like a left-handed compliment because it is not It is not! I am using both hands to applaud you and your work right now!

    • Thank you. I’m honored to think that I’m at a level to join your work. I accept you two handed applauding with as much modesty that I can muster – not much I’ll have to admit.

  7. What beautiful moody shots, I love them. It was impossible to pick a favourite, but I particularly loved the water shots and the trees. Great stuff!

  8. Great images Tim. Would love to see them “in person” as my little MacBook doesn’t quite deliver the size. I travelled in Oregon many years ago and would love to get back. The view from Cascade Head is particularly resonant as is the stand of Sitka spruce!

    • Thank you. You should check out Sitka Center for Art and Ecology if you are doing anything with the arts that connects loosely to ecology. My wife’s 3 month residence had a big influence on my photograph.
      I too like the head photo. The Sitka Spruce image required some adjustment. I wish I had had a wide angle lens as the image does not project the majesty and eeriness of this forest.

  9. Beautiful photographs. love the lighthouse, the beaches and forests and those skylines are wonderful-

    • Thank you. That is so nice to hear. This was one of those places that was so beatiful but had so much information it was difficult to decide what not to include.

  10. What a great area of the country to provide such sweeping vistas. You have captured the flavor your landscapes well.

  11. The entire exhibition is amazing. But I think the photo I could sit and look at all day is the abandon drive-in. I really like the colors and even though it is in pieces your photo brings it to life!

  12. Love Electric Sun! Been fascinated with those electric pylons since I was a kid. There must be some kind of gear that allows you to shoot into the sun like that. Did you take multiple shots and decide in which one the sun was best positioned, or did you line the winner up on first try?

    • Thank Eric, I took a number of photos trying to line up the sun in the tower. Fortunately the sun’s impact was reduced by the overwhelming haze in the sky.
      You can also tell that these high power structures are fascinating for me as well. I’ve solarized a number of them.
      Thanks again,
      Tim

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