Friday, September 07, 2007

A photo exhibition

It's not every day that you attend a photo exhibition that features your own work, but Jeremy and I had one such day recently.

The University of Arizona's Center for Middle Eastern Studies' 17th Annual Photography Exhibition featured two of Jeremy's photos (one as a cornerstone piece) and one of mine. We submitted them for consideration back in April and got back to the US in time to attend the opening reception for the exhibit.

Here are the photos that will be on display there for the next year.


First, a panorama of Ba'albek, Lebanon, taken in November of 2004. This is the photo of Jeremy's they chose as a cornerstone piece.


Second, some ruins from Troy, Turkey, partially submerged in the mud of December 2004.


Finally, Musyaf Castle in Syria, taken in April 2005. This is a place that I don't think a lot of people visit. Which is a shame, because it's rather special.

4 comments:

Nancy said...

That's so cool!

Kristen said...

see? an accomplished photographer you are...even published! (sort of) :)

Suzanne Bubnash said...

Mmmmmm, that last photo looks awfully familiar--could it possibly have been taken from my camera . . . ?

Bridget said...

No, because the filename indicates it was taken from an HP camera (ours). But maybe you took a similar shot - it was while you were with us.

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