If you’re arriving or departing from Springfield-Branson National Airport between now and early November, please take a minute on your way into the terminal to see prints from my “Zeniths & Zephyrs” book, taken during a trip to Big Sur several years ago. This is the first time I’ve shown my photography in a gallery setting and I’m very excited to start sharing my images in this format. The prints are located on the east wall of the terminal, by the first row of airline check-in desks. Each print is 16”x12” on cotton rag matte photo paper. They are available for purchase, unframed, through Springfield Regional Arts Council. The images here are the prints on display. Soon I’ll begin selling prints from this set and the images I post here on ABDITO through my website.
The dogwoods around Springfield have started to leaf out and lose their petals, so I drove about 50 miles north to the Lead Mine Conservation Area to find the forest filled with flowers. The smattering of white blossoms across the landscape is one reason why spring is my favorite season in the Ozarks.