Talking about landscapes with Tressa Mancini

I had my first interview about my photography thanks to Mark with Naturalist Weekly – see it below! Thanks Mark for the opportunity! It was a pleasure working with you!

Naturalist Weekly

Several years ago, I was taking a morning hike up Spruce Peak in Stowe, Vermont. When I reached the summit of the mountain, I turned around to admire my accomplishment. What I noticed when I looked back towards town was how the clouds had settled into the valley covering everything with a softness that only nature can provide. There was something in that moment that provided me with a sense of peace and wonder. It was something that, if I was a photographer, I probably would have wanted to capture.

However, I am not a photographer. Unless you count my dog photos. But as much fun as these are for me, these photographs don’t necessarily capture the same sense of awe and wonder like a great vista or an expansive landscape. That is probably why I was drawn towards the work of Tressa Mancini

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9 Comments

  1. Congrats on the interview! As someone who grew up in Montana and now lives in Colorado, I appreciate the daily dose of Montana photos. As you said, a photo is about the memory and the journey, and yours bring back lots of memories for me.

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    1. Thank you so much! This comment means a lot to me, and I am glad you get to experience a bit of home in my photos! (And my apologies for the delay in responding – this comment got lost in my inbox!)

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    1. Thank you very much! I appreciate your interest! As for the interview, it was a great experience. The questions form Naturalist Weekly really got to me to think about the motivations behind my work – I was able to think through some vague notions I’ve always had about my art and what drives me in my artistic process. I emerged on the other side with a clearer understanding of what goes on underneath my “artistic hood,” so to speak.

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