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  • Mammatus Wiggins Colorado copy
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    Kevin Erskine

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    Kevin Erskine Mammatus Wiggins Colorado Kevin Erskine was born in Sharpsburg Illinois on January 17, 1956. His family moved to Hoskins Nebraska (population 284) when he was 10. The rich landscape and life as a farmer’s son instilled in him a deep-rooted commitment to Nebraska, family, faith and hard work. At 12 years old Kevin witnesses his first big storm. On June 5, 1968 a category 4 tornado (max. Wind speeds 207-260 mph) passes the city centre. Inspired by the force of nature he takes up photography using his fathers’ camera. Having his first pickup truck at the age of 19, Erskine starts chasing storms. His passion for photography and respect for nature still motivates Erskine to capture super cells with his large format camera. “When it’s blowin’ I’m going”. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Kevin Erskine

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    Kevin Erskine Johnson Kansas Kevin Erskine was born in Sharpsburg Illinois on January 17, 1956. His family moved to Hoskins Nebraska (population 284) when he was 10. The rich landscape and life as a farmer’s son instilled in him a deep-rooted commitment to Nebraska, family, faith and hard work. At 12 years old Kevin witnesses his first big storm. On June 5, 1968 a category 4 tornado (max. Wind speeds 207-260 mph) passes the city centre. Inspired by the force of nature he takes up photography using his fathers’ camera. Having his first pickup truck at the age of 19, Erskine starts chasing storms. His passion for photography and respect for nature still motivates Erskine to capture super cells with his large format camera. “When it’s blowin’ I’m going”. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
  • Hayden New Mexico copy
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    Kevin Erskine

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    Kevin Erskine Hayden New Mexico Kevin Erskine was born in Sharpsburg Illinois on January 17, 1956. His family moved to Hoskins Nebraska (population 284) when he was 10. The rich landscape and life as a farmer’s son instilled in him a deep-rooted commitment to Nebraska, family, faith and hard work. At 12 years old Kevin witnesses his first big storm. On June 5, 1968 a category 4 tornado (max. Wind speeds 207-260 mph) passes the city centre. Inspired by the force of nature he takes up photography using his fathers’ camera. Having his first pickup truck at the age of 19, Erskine starts chasing storms. His passion for photography and respect for nature still motivates Erskine to capture super cells with his large format camera. “When it’s blowin’ I’m going”. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
  • Billings Montana copy
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    Kevin Erskine

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    Kevin Erskine Billing Montana Kevin Erskine was born in Sharpsburg Illinois on January 17, 1956. His family moved to Hoskins Nebraska (population 284) when he was 10. The rich landscape and life as a farmer’s son instilled in him a deep-rooted commitment to Nebraska, family, faith and hard work. At 12 years old Kevin witnesses his first big storm. On June 5, 1968 a category 4 tornado (max. Wind speeds 207-260 mph) passes the city centre. Inspired by the force of nature he takes up photography using his fathers’ camera. Having his first pickup truck at the age of 19, Erskine starts chasing storms. His passion for photography and respect for nature still motivates Erskine to capture super cells with his large format camera. “When it’s blowin’ I’m going”. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Dave Ball

    Dave Ball My Life Already In the summer of 1971, Dave Ball was one of 80 musicians who answered an ad in the British music weekly Melody Maker to replace the Procol Harum lead guitarist, Robin Trower. "When I got there, they were very tired. It was quite obvious they'd seen too many guitar players. We played some R&B, some blues-type rock'n'roll, and then we went through a couple of their songs," Ball later said about his successful audition. "They said that I was the only guitarist who had 'just played' as opposed to 'played along'." Issued the following year, the ambitious concert recording successfully merged progressive rock and classical music and became the band's best-selling album. As well as an inspired rendition of "A Salty Dog" and the suite "In Held 'Twas in I" – featuring some sterling work by Ball – it contained a superlative version of "Conquistador", which charted internationally and reinvigorated the career of the group forever synonymous with the epochal Summer of Love single "A Whiter Shade of Pale". Ball enjoyed himself on tour with Procol, particularly in the US, but quit in September 1972 as they neared completion on their next studio album, Grand Hotel. "I left Procol because I was bored with it," he told Melody Maker at the time. "There were only so many ideas I could put into that style." If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Dave Ball

    Dave Ball Camp Super In the summer of 1971, Dave Ball was one of 80 musicians who answered an ad in the British music weekly Melody Maker to replace the Procol Harum lead guitarist, Robin Trower. "When I got there, they were very tired. It was quite obvious they'd seen too many guitar players. We played some R&B, some blues-type rock'n'roll, and then we went through a couple of their songs," Ball later said about his successful audition. "They said that I was the only guitarist who had 'just played' as opposed to 'played along'." Issued the following year, the ambitious concert recording successfully merged progressive rock and classical music and became the band's best-selling album. As well as an inspired rendition of "A Salty Dog" and the suite "In Held 'Twas in I" – featuring some sterling work by Ball – it contained a superlative version of "Conquistador", which charted internationally and reinvigorated the career of the group forever synonymous with the epochal Summer of Love single "A Whiter Shade of Pale". Ball enjoyed himself on tour with Procol, particularly in the US, but quit in September 1972 as they neared completion on their next studio album, Grand Hotel. "I left Procol because I was bored with it," he told Melody Maker at the time. "There were only so many ideas I could put into that style." If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Shyrien

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    Shyrien Twenty six With a passion for unusual unexpected forms Shyrien uses her camera to discover new words in an area not bigger than a square inch. In a world full of social media Sherien prefers to live like a recluse concentrating on her immediate surroundings. No personal contact with the outside world is her motto. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00
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    Shyrien

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    Shyrien Twenty two With a passion for unusual unexpected forms Shyrien uses her camera to discover new words in an area not bigger than a square inch. In a world full of social media Sherien prefers to live like a recluse concentrating on her immediate surroundings. No personal contact with the outside world is her motto. If you prefer to have your print framed or framed including passe-partout, please click on the ‘+’ sign below to select your size (small, medium, large depending on your choice of print size)
    €330.00€1,000.00