Arboretum Virtualis | XV

Black and white tree forest landscape photography, Modes of Flight, #ModesofFlight, Art, Photography

@ModesofFlight featured in On Your Doorstep Mag

So, artists, art lovers and my most loyal followers may recall me explaining in prior posts what happened midway through 2016 that severely curtailed my MOF affairs. Just before that time Karen Thurman; landscape photographer and founder of GaiaGuardians, contacted me expressing her group’s interest in MOF photography. She had begun inviting artists, whose work she respects, to make submissions for her pending online magazine. It is because of my aforementioned setbacks, and efforts to reestablish myself in the visual art world why I didn’t get to see the result of my submission until early May 2017. I can now say and reveal my accomplishment of getting Arboretum Virtualis featured in On Your Doorstep, Issue 2, September 2016.

As issue 1 of 2017 is already out, I am proud to show the tear sheets of the issue MOF was featured in.

Black and white tree forest landscape photography, Modes of Flight, #ModesofFlight, Art, Photography

On Your Doorstep (OYD) is GaiaGuardians’ online periodical, beautifully edited by Lisa Dorenfest (@Dorny) and set to a Joomag digital publishing platform.

I know of no other environmentally conscious art publication that is as appealing, informative and non-threatening, and I’m looking forward to seeing the series grow.

Black and white tree forest landscape photography, Modes of Flight, #ModesofFlight, Art, Photography

Apart from these tear sheets, if you want to see the entire issue that Arboretum Virtualis was profiled in, click HERE. By clicking the hyperlink, you will be asked to subscribe to the magazine but it’s absolutely free, and hassle free. GaiaGuardians will not share your e-mail address, collect info from you, violate your privacy rights by any means, and you can easily unsubscribe at any time. That’s how things should be.

If, like me, hearing about environmental matters through the regular media stresses you out and makes you want to tune out, this magazine has the most creative though factual way of keeping people tuned in and reflecting in a positive way on their impact on nature. OYD is a beautiful, affable, contemporary and smartly delivered grassroots mag worth taking notice of.

Black and white tree forest landscape photography, Modes of Flight, #ModesofFlight, Art, Photography

Thank you Karen, and thank you Lisa.

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13 thoughts on “Arboretum Virtualis | XV

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  2. Congrats on your On Your Doorstep feature, Allan. Amazing shots from the looks of it, full page spreads too. Very well done. Lovely op hear Lisa edited it – I love her work too apart from yours, and she has accomplished a lot. It must have been a very humbling experience for you 🙂 NIce tie in with nature and a strong message about our sustainable planet today. Art with a purpose.

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