I’m terrible at self-promotion. But I do make a living with my photography – mostly at art festivals and shows. Right now, for only a few more days (until May 10th), some of my work is available at: The Virtual Best of the Northwest Spring Market. Have a look there, not only at my stuff, but at the other accomplished artists there. There’s some incredible work.
You can also support this site, which I appreciate greatly, by clicking on the link on the right (or the bottom, if you’re using a phone) under the heading Support this Site. Also, any of the photos on this site are available as prints…or in hexagons. Here’s an example of how the hexagons are being used in an office of a company whose name is bee-themed:
(Scroll past for today’s bee) – Oh, wow – this is super neat! Picfoams.com, out of Michigan, is offering some shots from this site among their products. Click on picfoams.com and scroll down (or hit the products drop-down menu) for a link. The direct link is: https://picfoams.com/collections/steve-robertson-utah They look like this (but not so dark – working on that – see below for a better example of what they’ll really look like).
They’re available in 4″, 6″, 8″, and 10″ sizes and make a neat mosaic. I’ll take a shot of one here soon to show. The costs are, $14.95, $24.95, $34.95, and $54.95 (respectively) and we can probably arrange a volume discount.
ALSO – you can order ANY bee of the day in any size here on this site. I’ll have buttons at the bottom of each day’s post soon – meantime, if you find a few you like, email me at email@example.com and we’ll get the order started. They look so good in a mosaic…people at the last couple of festivals have really responded well seeing them in person.
Here’s what the bee from Sept. 12th might look like in a hex:
And here’s the same picture that’s in the upper-left side of the first pic in this post. Notice the difference in brightness? They look like this one – not so dark: