Two photos published in Apeiron Review, Issue 11

Issue 11 of Apeiron Review has been released and with it two of my hiking photos from last fall.  The first, “Ash,” was taken at Eagle Lake Sanctuary in Holden, Massachusetts.  This one was found in the early morning on November 29, 2015 when the frost had coated the autumn leaves.

The second photo, “Nest,” was taken on Halloween 2015 of all days, hiking with my brother-in-law and three year old nephew through the magical God’s Ten Acres up on Airport Hill in Worcester.

You can navigate through the magazine to find them.  Also, take a moment to check out the other art and writing.

Issue 11 can be found at:

http://apeironreview.com/issues/

 

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November 1-January 1: Photography on Exhibit at Amethyst Point

I will have a photography exhibit up at Amethyst Point Massage Therapy and Wellness Spa from Nobember 1, 2016 to January 1, 2017.  I went for a tour of the space yesterday and have already started selecting some soothing photos for the winter timeframe.  The prints will be 8×12 with some in matted 12×16 frames and others in standard 8×12 frames.

The spa is in a great location – an old house on Pleasant Street in Worcester.  The spa offers various services, including Swedish massages and coning.

To learn more about Amethyst Point, visit their website at http://www.amethystpoint.com.

Four photos published in Summer 2016 New England Memories

Just after landing from a trip to North Carolina, I received an email from Linda Thomas at New England Memories that she was accepting my Martha’s Vineyard photos for the Summer issue of New England Memories.  As I had only sent two, we worked together to pick two more for a four photo feature, which can be seen here:  http://www.newenglandmemories.com/photography-by-kristina-england/.

The photos are in the first anniversary edition of New England Memories, which also contains the fine artwork of Barbara Newton and the talented writing of Tina Rapp, Ann Robinson, Jodi C. Williams, and Eric Poor.  Please take a moment to both check out the current issue and access past issues at http://www.newenglandmemories.com/2016/09/summer-2016-issue/.  For all my local writing friends, you’ll notice a familiar name in the Spring issue – Rodger Martin.

A special thank you to Angela Quitadmo, Jack Moran, and the newly married Beth Quitadamo Sanders for the continued use of the Angel Cottage.  Without the love and  generosity of family, these snapshot memories would never have been.

 

Two Photos Accepted by Apeiron Review

I’m excited to say that two more hiking photos have been picked up.  My brother-in-law, Jose, will be even happier as “Nest,” one of the two accepted photos, was found during a hike with him and my three year old nephew through God’s Ten Acres.  He actually pointed it out and said “look at the mushrooms,” in which case I said, “it looks like a nest and those look like eggs!” and then I took one of my favorite photos this season.  The lighting was right, the story was there, and I sent it off to Apeiron Review, crossing my fingers that they’d like it.  Looks like they did and they accepted one more photo from that hike, “Ash.” Thank you, God’s Ten Acres.  I’ll be back in the fall when you are less ticky and well, downright beautiful.

Three photos in Foliate Oak’s April Issue

Three of my photos have been published in Foliate Oak Literary Magazine’s April 2016 issue.  What’s more exciting is that “Butterfly,” one of my top ten favorites of this hiking season is the cover photo.  “Butterfly” was taken at Wells State Park on a hike with one of my friends, Bill.

All three can be viewed here:  http://www.foliateoak.com/kristina-england.html

Also, don’t forget to check out the rest of the issue.

Photography Accepted at Foliate Oak Literary Magazine

It’s official.  I’m becoming a published photographer!

My first submission of photography was accepted by Foliate Oak Literary Magazine for their next issue.  My photography currently focuses on the Land Trusts and other trails of Worcester County.

I’m looking forward to what this medium can bring to my other wheelhouses and am thrilled that Foliate Oak, a wonderful literary magazine managed by a class at the University of Arkansas-Monticello, gave my venture into a new art form a tip of the hat.