Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Klaus Bohn-needing a drink

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Thursday, November 13, 2008

Klaus Bohn-Connected

The owners of the Jagged Edge, invited me to Regina Sask. to photograph there family. I was given free rein to compose an art piece for there living room wall. An giclee 40 inch will be a nice effect on there wall.
My privilege...

Friday, October 3, 2008

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Klaus Bohn-Many fish in the sea

Fish in the sea can you swim like me.
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klaus Bohn-pattern with jelly fish

Design not made with hands, how wonderful is that.
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Klaus Bohn-coral

The beauty under the sea.
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Klaus Bohn-little lovey

How sweet is this in our lives, our lovable little sweet heart.
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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Klaus Boun-bull elephant

Texture of the skin strengthens the fearlessness and at the same time the beauty of this large animal...
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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Klaus Bohn-The three of us

Klaus, Michael and David in our studio in Victoria BC Canada.
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Klaus Bohn-The Prophet

The expression say it all, the depth and strenght of character speaks for itself. Learning to read is the essence of photography, feeling the art of black and white photography that sculptures the message...
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Thursday, August 7, 2008

Klaus Bohn-Dreams from Afar

To an imaginary reality transcending this place to what can be for all time!

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Klaus Bohn-Snow Birds in persuit

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Klaus Bohn-Entwined

Hey Klaus,
I am so glad that Mike came home to see you--even if it is snowing. As far as pictures go, you can come up whenever the two of us find a convenient time. I just finished looking at our wedding album--and 8 years later I love her more than I could have ever thought possible. Richelle is a great woman,--and I want to thank you once again for capturing our special day on film. All of us have to hang around this side of heaven--I know there are going to be special days ahead of us. We just have to have eyes to see it--and a master photographer to turn our days into art.
A Poem:
For the master photographer all is lost,
No one can capture what seems like dross.
Only he could see the light,
When darkness surrounded all our lives.
With a flash and a touch of paint,
He made an image of wandering saints.
The saints may stumble, the saints may fall,
Only The Master catches all.
Chris Anderberg

Klaus Bohn-Vancouver

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