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Garden Retreat by Michael McBrayer
Iris in White by Michael McBrayer
Christmas Cactus with Luke 2 vs 1 to 20 by Michael McBrayer
Surreal Fountain Spray Squared by Michael McBrayer
Astilbe Pink Fog by Michael McBrayer
Astilbe Deep Blue Mist by Michael McBrayer
Astilbe Blue Mist by Michael McBrayer
Astilbe Abstract by Michael McBrayer
Fern Squared by Michael McBrayer
Clifty Falls Abstract Impressionism Squared by Michael McBrayer
Water Lilies Squared by Michael McBrayer
Tree Stump and Flowers Squared by Michael McBrayer
Butterfly and Phlox Squared by Michael McBrayer
Coleus Close-up Squared by Michael McBrayer
Magnolia Closeup Bright Squared by Michael McBrayer
Pink Weeping Cherry Canopy by Michael McBrayer
Cherry and Pine by Michael McBrayer
Aged Guardian by Michael McBrayer
SP Log Cabin at Cades Cove by Michael McBrayer
BW Log Cabin at Cades Cove by Michael McBrayer
Sedum and Bee 013 by Michael McBrayer
Beyond the Hedge 051 by Michael McBrayer
Sedum Closeup 05 by Michael McBrayer
Behind Ye Olde Tree Stump by Michael McBrayer
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About Michael McBrayer
My parents gave me my 1st camera when I turned 10 in 1965. It was a Kodak Instamatic 104, which I still own. My Dad had been an Air Force photographer and instilled in me my love for photography. I later took up oil painting, but my schedule for both photography and painting has been rather limited in recent years.
I went on to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture and Horticulture. I worked in a wholesale greenhouse operation for 2 years and then general retail sales for 20 years. I became a small business owner of the Corner Stone II in 1999 which I closed in 2009. Today, I do part time office management as an independent contractor. I am a screener for the Irlen Institute. I have also been on the volunteer staff of the Kentucky Horse Park since 2006 and the Henry Clay Estate since 2012. Recently, I joined the staff of the Henry Clay Estate as a part time weekend manager.
â€‹These days, as a photo hobbyist, my goal is to present family friendly photography that focuses on the beauty of Godâ€™s creation and manâ€™s innovations. All scripture used on my photo art is from a 1913 King James Bible that once belonged to my great, great uncle John.
â€‹Unlike most realism photographers, I consider my photographic style reminiscent of the Pictorial movement of the late 19th century and the early 20th century. ca 1885 to 1915. Though many of my photos lean toward realism, I prefer to create works via digital programs that are somewhat unique and express how I want a scene to appear when finished.