The Images Look Great!

 

Rob Travis’s Winter 8-PAGE Photo Essay begins on page 54 of the Jan/Feb 2013 issue of WNC Magainze

 

 

Photographer Rob Travis

A love of birds initially led Rob Travis to pursue photography.  He has since branched out to capture other subjects, including the gorgeous, snow-covered landscapes featured in the photo essay “Winter’s Spell” (Page 54). Still, it’s no surprise that his favorite image in the collection is the female cardinal perched on a branch. “She’s so pretty, all fluffed up,” he says. She’s in a beautiful pose on a snowy morning.” Travis lives in Cedar Mountain, NC where he is a glass artist at the Glass Feather Studio.  See more of his photography at www.robtravis.com.

 

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Snowfall in the mountains is an enchanting occurrence
that paints the landscape with a sense of wonderment
and tranquility. Explore the hushed world through the
lens of photographer Rob Travis.

 

 

Cold Plunge
Icicles frame Looking
Glass Falls in Pisgah
National Forest as ice
floes form in the creek
below.
Cardinal: A cardinal brightens a
white-washed world with
her crimson plumage.

Eye in the Sky:
A hawk rides the air
currents above a
snow-blanketed range in
Pisgah National Forest.

Cool Runnings:
The Little River flows
through the snowcovered
landscape and
over Hooker Falls in
DuPont State Forest.