Following the Light: Landscape Photography by Jay Patel

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The wonderfully talented Jay Patel has a rare talent of finding some of the most unique and inspirational landscape compositions across the U.S. and beyond.

Jay describes his work below:

“Seeds of Jay Patel’s appreciation for beautiful places were planted early in his childhood on numerous trips to some of the most breathtaking locations on the Indian subcontinent. His passion for such magnificent places now manifests itself in a continuous search to capture nature’s majesty with his camera. Jay’s career in photography began in the summer of 2001 when he purchased his first digital SLR. In subsequent years, he spent much time reading photographic magazines and Internet articles and studying the styles of great landscape photographers. He has had no formal education or training in photography.

Although Jay produces most of his work in rich vibrant colors, he also enjoys the creativity and latitude offered by B/W photography in digital format. His photographs try to capture both the physical and emotional nature of light.”

You can discover more of Jay’s work on his portfolio site, or follow him on his highly popular Google+ page.

Landscape Photography by Jay Patel

Landscape Photography by Jay Patel

Landscape Photography by Jay Patel

Landscape Photography by Jay Patel

Landscape Photography by Jay Patel

Landscape Photography by Jay Patel

Landscape Photography by Jay Patel

Landscape Photography by Jay Patel

Landscape Photography by Jay Patel

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