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Eye of Ra Photography: Architecture, Protest, and Lucky Frogs

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Eye of Ra Photography is the new online photography gallery of my long lost cousin, Katie McCarley. Well. Okay, she’s not lost. Nobody lost her. We’ve just never met. “Long lost” just sounded better, or anyway I thought so, until I saw the end of this paragraph. Now that I’m here, I’m just not sure any more.

Now that we’ve found her, though, we should be interested in seeing these pictures. They range from documentary protest photos, some of which remind me of my San Francisco days, to architectural and animal photographs (including the only zebra that’s made me laugh and leap, simultaneously) to all sorts of miscellany. My favorite’s this trio of three-legged lucky frogs from a New Orleans voodoo shop. There’s also some digital work, mainly photomanipulation, along with fractals.

Katie’s gallery site is new, but some of these are also available as prints in her Deviant Art pages.

2 responses to “Eye of Ra Photography: Architecture, Protest, and Lucky Frogs
Katie says:
November 12th, 2007 at 10:56 pm

Wow, I was so shocked to see this come up in the google search stream, I am truly honored! Thank you so much for the support, I can’t express how much I appreciate you posting this. The beginning paragraph is great, by the way. I’ll be linking you on the site as well! Again, thank you for all the support!


Katie McCarley

Bradley W. Schenck says:
November 14th, 2007 at 10:11 am

My pleasure entirely, Katie. And as for the first paragraph, it probably sounds just like me. But above all it seemed like calling you a “long lost cousin” would have implied that your mother had been careless :).

Thanks for the link – I was happy to stumble over Vanessa’s pages there, too!

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