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Observations In Time
2017 The American Southwest By Paul Goossens
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A limited edition extra large 19 inch deluxe wall calendar by award winning photographer Paul Goossens featuring thirteen of his favorite black & white and colored images captures during his 2016... More > expedition through the great American Southwest.< Less
Calendar 2016 By Paul Goossens
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An extra large wall calendar by award winning photographer Paul Goossens featuring thirteen of his favorite black & white observations from around the world taken exclusively on the iPhone. This... More > project was done to highlight one of the first lessons in photography; that not unlike a musical instrument equipment is practically irrelevant in your ability to effectively share your vision with others and that anyone can do so today without without an exorbitant investment.< Less
Calendar 2015 By Paul Goossens
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An extra large 19 inch vertical hanging fine art photographic calendar by award winning photographer Paul Goossens highlighting thirteen of some of his favorite captures of 2014 ©2015
Calendar 2014 By Paul Goossens
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A special collection of observations celebrating common texture and shapes in black & white.
Observations In Time MMXII By Paul Goossens
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Dedicated to the study of observation and the celebration of simple beauty found all around us.
Calendar MMXI By Paul Goossens
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Oddly it was my economics professor who said, "Photography is the art of subtraction." Although I recall little else from his lectures, I have found that life in general, and indeed... More > photography in particular, is much more gratifying up close and quiet with fewer distractions. I found this to be true as a child, who was given his first Kodak Brownie at the age of eight, and as an adult drawn to more intimate settings and simple subjects. I prefer to celebrate the individual elements that I see and the simplicity and beauty of everyday things and happenstance with the least amount of interference. Reflections in water, textures of common objects, or the natural rhythm of an ocean wave. Each offers an opportunity for keen observation where the beauty of their detail is too often overlooked in the bustle of three dimensions. With only the careful manipulation of perspective and time, objects can be arranged in two dimensions, not unlike paint on canvas.< Less