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Albert Seger

Albert Seger

Sagle, ID

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Award winning Images of the Great Northwest - and beyond...

I was introduced early to nature and the outdoors through walks with my parents in the farms and woodlands of rural Connecticut and the Berkshire Mountains. As I grew older, I continued to spend as much time as possible hiking, hunting, and fishing in an ever widening circle around my home town, and I still find beauty in the outdoors from the musty smells of decomposing leaves and logs to the fragrant and sometimes pungent odors of wildflowers in bloom; from the smooth red bark of a Madrone tree to the spiny Devils Club; and from the hoot of an owl to the raspy voice of the raven to the lyrical song of the meadowlark. I am happiest in the great outdoors, especially here in the great northwest.

While you cannot smell the flowers, or hear the wind soughing through the trees, or small animals scurrying through the leaves, or feel the warm sun on your back as you sit atop a large granite boulder enjoying the view, I hope my images will leave you with a full sensual palette through memories of your own experiences.

Oh yeah, I remember when I.....

Thank you, and I hope you like what you see. I know I did, and still do.

Al Seger

Artwork is protected by copyright. If you didn't create the image and the image has not been specifically placed in the public domain, you must have permission in writing covering your use of the image. The sale of original artwork does not include the sale of copyright.

All images created by Albert Seger on this or any other web site are the property of the owner and creator, and may not be used or distributed without specific written permission by Albert Seger.

All designs, images and content Copyright 1986-2014 Albert Seger.

Award winning Images of the Great Northwest - and beyond...

To me, artistic talent is the culmination of everything observed by the senses from the moment of birth. I Believe that artistic vision starts from day one through the use of the senses. Experience is our palette and the colors on our palette are influenced by sensual interpretations. While a thunderstorm may be shown by one artist as dark and foreboding, it may be shown as energetic and awesome by another.

I was introduced to nature and the outdoors early through walks with my parents in the farms and woodlands of rural Connecticut and the Berkshire Mountains. As I grew older, I continued to spend as much time as possible hiking, hunting, and fishing in an ever widening circle around my home town, and I still find beauty in the outdoors from the musty smells of decomposing leaves and logs to the fragrent and sometimes pungent odors of wildflowers in bloom; from the smooth red bark of a Madrone tree to the spiny Devils Club; and from the hoot of an owl to the raspy voice of the raven to the lyrical song of the meadowlark. I am happiest in the great outdoors, especially here in the great northwest.

While you cannot smell the flowers, or hear the wind soughing through the trees, or small animals scurrying through the leaves, or feel the warm sun on your back as you sit atop a large granite boulder enjoying the view, I hope my images will leave you with a full sensual palette through memories of your own experiences.

�Oh yeah, I remember when I.....�

Thank you, and I hope you like what you see. I know I did, and still do.

Al Seger

Artwork is protected by copyright. If you didn't create the image and the image has not been specifically placed in the public domain, you must have permission in writing covering your use of the image. The sale of original artwork does not include the sale of copyright.

All images created by Albert Seger on this or any other web site are the property of the owner and creator, and may not be used or distributed without specific written permission by Albert Seger.

All designs, images and content �1986-2014 Albert Seger.