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New Fine Art Photograph: Forgotten

Fine Art Photograph: Forgotten by Nat Coalson

An old, abandoned wagon sits decaying in a small alcove between buildings in the ancient district of Split, Croatia. This image is black-and-white with a subtle warm tint. Other coloration may be available. Fine art prints may be purchased online. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.

New Travel Photograph: Almodovar Castle

Travel Photograph: Almodovar Castle

Surrounded by olive trees and bathed in sunlight, Castillo de Almodóvar del Río stands proudly atop a hill in the south of Spain. The castle, of Muslim origin, is in the town of Almodóvar del Río, Province of Córdoba, Spain. Previously a Roman fort, the current structure has Berber origins, in the year 760. During the Middle Ages, it underwent several renovations and reconstructions. it was restored between 1901 and 1936. Prints available; click the image or click here for a larger preview.

New Urban Photograph: Shuttered

Urban Photography: Shuttered by Nat Coalson

Urban photograph made in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Dilapidated shutters with peeling paint conceal a window in the crumbling wall of an old building. Prints available; click the image or click here for a larger preview.

New Landscape Photograph: The Cliffs of Moher

Travel Photograph: The Cliffs of Moher by Nat Coalson

In County Clare on the western coast of Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher rise 120 m (390 ft) above the sea. The cliffs get their name from a fort that once stood there; it was demolished in 1808. Perched at the top is O’Brien’s Tower, built in 1835 as a tourist lookout. The Cliffs are one of the most popular tourist attractions in Ireland and have appeared in numerous films and are mentioned in many songs over the years. Prints of this image are available. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.

New Travel Photograph: Forth Bridge

Travel Photograph: Forth Bridge, Scotland by Nat Coalson

The Forth Bridge is a cantilever railway bridge over the Firth of Forth in the east of Scotland, 9 miles west of central Edinburgh. It was opened on 4 March 1890 and spans a total length of 8,296 feet. Fine art prints available; click the image or click here for a larger preview.

New Travel Photograph: Kylemore Abbey, Ireland

Travel Photograph: Kylemore Abbey, Ireland by Nat Coalson

Kylemore Abbey is a Benedictine monastery founded in 1920 on the grounds of Kylemore Castle, in Connemara, County Galway, Ireland. The abbey was founded for Benedictine Nuns who fled Belgium in World War I. Construction was completed in 1871; it was originally built as a private home for the family of Mitchell Henry, a wealthy doctor from London whose family was involved in textile manufacturing in Manchester, England. Fine art prints of this image are available in any size and on any material. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.

New Landscape Photograph: Connection

"Connection" by Nat Coalson - Travel Photograph, Moeraki Beach, New Zealand

Under the setting Venus, a lone boulder stands defiant on the sandy beach as waves continually soften its rounded shape over millions of years. Photograph made at Moeraki Beach, South Island, New Zealand. Fine art prints available in any size and on any material. Click the image or click here for a larger preview.

New Travel Photograph: St. Patrick's Church

Travel Photograph: St. Patrick's Church by Nat Coalson

With afternoon sunlight streaming through a stained glass window, St. Patrick’s Church in Louisburgh, Ireland stands Surrounded by trees blossoming with pink flowers. Prints available in any size and on any material. Click here or click the image to see a larger preview.

New Fine Art Photograph: Framework of Time

Fine Art Photograph: Framework of Time by Nat Coalson

Section of a wall in a half-timbered house, built in York during the medieval age, reveals graphic lines and shapes in stark contrast. Color image; also available in black-and-white.

Prints available in any size and on any material.

Click here or click the image to see a larger preview.

New Travel Photograph: Plaza de España and Carriage

Travel photograph: Plaza de España and Carriage by Nat Coalson

Early morning sunlight washes over the Plaza de España in Seville, Spain as a horse-drawn carriage transports leisure riders enjoying the views of one of Spain’s jewel cities. The Plaza was built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. Prints available in any size and on any material. Click here or click the image to see a larger preview.

New Fine Art Photograph: Abbazia di Sant'Antimo (Interior)

Fine Art Photograph: Abbazia di Sant'Antimo (Interior) by Nat Coalson

Black and white photograph depicts the interior of the Abbey of Sant’Antimo with a view of the Tuscan landscape outside. This former Benedictine monastery is in the comune of Montalcino, Tuscany in central Italy. Prints are available in any size and on any material. Click here or click the image for a larger preview.

New Travel Photograph: Abbazia di Sant'Antimo

Travel Photograph: Abbazia di Sant'Antimo by Nat Coalson

The Abbey of Sant’Antimo is a former Benedictine monastery in the comune of Montalcino, Tuscany in central Italy. It is about 9 km from the Via Francigena, the pilgrim route to Rome. Disused for many years, since 1992 the abbey has been in use by a small community of Premonstratensian Canons Regular. The origins of the abbey are obscure; the earliest document relating to the abbey is a land grant of Louis the Pious dated December 813. The foundation of the original Benedictine monastery dates to the time of Charlemagne. Prints are available in any size and on any material. Click here or click the image for a larger preview.

Finishing 2014 Tuscany Photo Tour

We’re wrapping up another wonderful photo workshop here in Italy. This morning we shot sunrise over Florence, from Fiesole.

Can’t wait to come back to Italy later this year!

 

Update from Tuscany Photo Tour

We’re having a great time leading our photo tour in Tuscany! The past few days in Val D’Orcia have been spectacular. We’ve stayed at the lovely Agriturismo Cerretto near Pienza.

A couple of mornings ago we had a gorgeous sunrise in the crete sinese north of Pienza.

Lots more photos to come!

Ciao from Toscana

We’ve been exploring the ancient hill towns of central and southern Tuscany. Volterra is very special, as are Montepulciano and Montalcino. Our group visited Innocenti, a small family-owned winery producing really excelling wines in Montefollonico.

While exploring the area our central base has been Siena, where we’ve stayed a few nights. Siena is an absolute gem and a must-see on any visit to Tuscany.

 

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