Bubbles in the Backyard
“Whether I’m out in nature or on a city street, my intent whenever I pick up my camera is to see the extraordinary in the ordinary; the magic in the mundane; the beauty in the bland--and the wonder in all that surrounds me. I believe that each of us can sprinkle a little magic wherever we go in this world. And it is my goal is to sprinkle a little magic with every photo I create.”
—Cheryl L. Gibbs, Photographer
Denver Rush Hour
Strawberry on Tile
Floating in Birdbath
Lakin Dam in October
Photography has been Cheryl’s love, her passion since she was 14 years old. She fell in love with the art of photography before she even owned her first camera, a mint green Official Girl Scout Camera. What made it official? Who knows? But she loved it still the same because it made pictures—tiny little perfect black-and-white pictures. The years went by and Cheryl came to own many cameras—some sweet and simple, others pricey and complex. And here’s what she knows to be true: It’s not your camera that makes a wonderful photo. And it’s not even what you see—it’s how you see it.
Cheryl is located in McCloud, California, a quaint little town nestled at the base of majestic Mt. Shasta. While McCloud is considered a town that is a step back in time, its boundless beauty and vistas are truly a timeless gift from Mother Nature. And she is reminded every day that there is no time to be bored in a world as beautiful as this.
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