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Odds and Ends : <html><strong>I might have titled this Portfolio “Odds and Ends” instead of “Things”.  This happens to be my favorite showcase for illustrating the unusual, the eclectic, the eccentric, or the bizarre.  Look at the photo called “Confusion”.  Regardless how you turn it the image does not identify itself as the Railroad Bridge that it actually is.  Others are easily identifiable such as “Twisted Wood” or “Time For A Cool Drink”.  Many of these images show my love of vehicles from cars to airplanes and everything in between.  Must be my “travel bug” showing.  Enjoy!  </strong></html>

Odds and Ends

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I might have titled this Portfolio “Odds and Ends” instead of “T ...

Updated: Nov 07, 2014 5:17pm PST

Landscapes :

Landscapes

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Updated: Nov 07, 2014 5:12pm PST

Brad & Jackie : Family groups and montages - some may be repeats  (collected from other galleries
Married 1989, Danielle 1991, Katelyn 1995, Jimmy 2000

Brad & Jackie

wayne rasmussen

Family groups and montages - some may be repeats (collected from othe ...

Updated: Nov 07, 2014 3:27am PST

Fall :

Fall

donnalovelyphotos

Updated: Nov 06, 2014 11:11am PST

People In Action : <html><align="justify"><strong>The New World Dictionary defines “People” as ……“all the persons of a racial, national, religious, or linguistic group; nation, race, etc.”  We as individuals share life experiences and, to a lesser or greater extent, we are responsible for the well-being of each other.   Portrait Photography provides us with a way we can showcase the individual.  It may be either candid or posed.  I like candid shots the best because the individual doesn’t know that the photo is being taken, and therefore they don’t have their “camera face” on.  Portrait photography is almost always a study of contrasts.  The innocence of young children contrasted by the tired, sad eyes of an older individual who has seen too much of the world’s trials and tribulations.  Don’t forget color contrasts between black, white, brown, or yellow.  How about ethnic characteristics?  Or, the environmental influences that show contrasts?  Can you guess where someone might live or what their personalities might be like by looking at these photos?  We have another avenue available to us to showcase “People”.  This showcase involves people in activities or work or in interacting with other people.  I hope that these photographs show the qualities that make up Portrait Photography as well as the “street scenes” that make up our own “life experiences.</strong></align="justify"></html>

People In Action

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The New World Dictionary defines “People” as ……“all the pers ...

Updated: Nov 05, 2014 6:03pm PST

Rasmussen, Lester : Lester, oldest son of Hulda Sorensen and Martin Jensen
Five children; Betty Jean(1932), Donna(1934), LaVonne(1935-2004),
 Wayne(1938) &amp; Marilyn Kay (1952)

Rasmussen, Lester

wayne rasmussen

Lester, oldest son of Hulda Sorensen and Martin Jensen Five children; ...

Updated: Nov 05, 2014 10:03am PST

JEWELRY : Photos by Cerraeh Laykin
©2008 Laykin Photo 
All Rights Reserved

JEWELRY

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Photos by Cerraeh Laykin ©2008 Laykin Photo All Rights Reserved

Updated: Nov 04, 2014 6:47pm PST

Carlsons-Tom-Carolyn : Historical portraits of Carolyn and Tom

Carlsons-Tom-Carolyn

wayne rasmussen

Historical portraits of Carolyn and Tom

Updated: Nov 02, 2014 3:39am PST

Wetzstein family photos : Leonard & Olive (Strandemo) Wetzstein are Marilyn's parents  and therefore responsible in part for the family tree shown here.
Three children (Marilyn, David and Carolyn), eight grandchildren and almost ten great grandchildren (2013)

Wetzstein family photos

wayne rasmussen

Leonard & Olive (Strandemo) Wetzstein are Marilyn's parents and there ...

Updated: Nov 02, 2014 3:33am PST

Len Olive Early Years :

Len Olive Early Years

wayne rasmussen

Updated: Nov 02, 2014 3:21am PST