While a physicist by training, Chris Tennant’s passion for photography started well before the seeds of becoming a scientist were planted. He has been photographing for over 2 decades, starting with the Pentax K-1000 he received as a present for his 10th birthday. Although fully immersed in digital photography, Tennant’s earliest experiences were with film and a darkroom. He is therefore experienced enough to appreciate days of film processing but still young enough to take full advantage of the advances in the digital age. To view his work visit Chris Tennant Photography.
I found your peaceful water scene squirreled into the granite stone seating near the library. I am a daily visitor to the library and went looking by the fountain to see if the wisteria seeds had started to drop…and there it was. What a grand surprise. J
I’m so grateful you took the time to comment! I hid 10 prints around the greater CW area yesterday. So glad you enjoyed the surprise 🙂