I’m thrilled to announce that Fay Henexson has graciously allowed us to use her beautiful photography to illustrate our July issue. Fay is a native Californian, a librarian by profession and a photographerby avocation. She developed a passion for photography during her career as a law librarian with the California Attorney General’s Office, and since her retirement has relished the opportunity to expand and deepen that passion.
She maintains a strong interest in nature and outdoor photography, but no longer considers herself an ‘outdoor photographer.’ Instead, she tries to simply be ‘interested’ – in the present moment, and in whatever direction her eye, and her heart, may lead her.
Fay has developed a fascinating interest–she uses her camera to find abstracts – in old buildings, neglected machinery and other objects. The untended object becomes unintended art.
She has also been exploring techniques that go beyond straight photography, such as motion blur, photomontage, scanner art and light painting. Her work can be seen on her website
and its companion blog, Spirit Standing Still
Thank you, Fay, We are so looking forward to the July issue!