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James Eddy

JimmyQ - Fine Art Photography

James Q. Eddy Jr Susanville, CA

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In my earlier bio I tried to describe a little about who I am and what I like to photograph. I debated whether any further information was necessary to describe me. Giving it more thought I suppose it is important to tell more of my story.

In March 2008 I was diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia. Shortly before that I hemorrhaged in my eyes causing small blind spots in both. I spent a good part of that year in and out of the hospital receiving treatments.

Today I am in remission and doing well. I still have blind spots that cause some difficulty in seeing. I have heard it said that going through something like that makes you see life a little differently. Although I had a pretty good outlook about life, I do see things differently today, both in a more spiritual sense and in a real physical sense.

I bought my first semi-professional DSLR camera in September 2009 and began a wonderful new journey. I have spent the years since then learning the art of photography and am constantly learning the techniques to taking better pictures. As an artist with a camera, I really enjoy the outdoors. I love the smell of the pine trees in the forest, the desert after a light rain, the salt air of the ocean and the fragrance of the flowers in an English tea garden. A sunrise or sunset in any of these places can be magical. I hope that what I photograph will please those that view it. My desire is that some might even be inspired by what I see and how I choose to let the camera capture it.

In the New Testament The Apostle Paul said in Philippians 1:21 that to live is Christ and to die is gain. While I am here I will have my camera with me to capture what I see until that day.

To those that are going through similar circumstances or have someone close to you that is, you are not alone. Feel free to contact me if you need someone to talk to.

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Old Cabin In The Aspens by James Eddy

 

Susan River Reflections by James Eddy

 

Barn Storm by James Eddy

 

Old Cabin At Rhyolite by James Eddy

 

Walking On The Lost Coast by James Eddy

 

A Stones Throw To The Grand Canyon by James Eddy

 

Susan River 10-28-12 by James Eddy

 

Mount Lassen And Kings Creek by James Eddy

 

Cabin In A Field Of Flowers by James Eddy

 

Lupines Lake And Lassen by James Eddy

 

Breaking Waves At Yaquina Head Lighthouse by James Eddy

 

The Lighthouse At Cape Blanco by James Eddy

 

Cape Blanco Lighthouse Lens by James Eddy

 

Heceta Head Restored by James Eddy

 

Yaquina Head Lighthouse by James Eddy

 

Lighthouse Lens Gears by James Eddy

 

A fresnel From Paris by James Eddy

 

Cape Blanco Lighthouse Above The Rope by James Eddy

 

Cape Blanco Lighthouse Tetraptych - P by James Eddy

 

Last Light In Lassen County by James Eddy

 

A Clear Day At The Beach by James Eddy

 

Kite Over The Hill by James Eddy

 

Under The Yaquina Bay Bridge by James Eddy

 

Two Barn Sunset by James Eddy

 

The Book Of Life by James Eddy

 

Autumn Waters Of The Susan River by James Eddy

 

Old Lumber Mill Cabin by James Eddy

 

Old Cabin At Sunset by James Eddy

 

The Old Lumber Mill by James Eddy

 

Goodrich Creek by James Eddy

 

Deer Creek Root Beer Falls by James Eddy

 

The Old Outhouse by James Eddy

 

Broken Fence And Mount Lassen by James Eddy

 

Pulley Cables And Boats by James Eddy

 

A Calm Day In Winchester Bay by James Eddy

 

Crab Shack by James Eddy

 

Fury On The Oregon Coast by James Eddy

 

Windmill Flowers And A Barn by James Eddy

 

Lamp Post On The Corner by James Eddy

 

Lamp Post On An Autumn Path by James Eddy

 

Autumn In Chico by James Eddy

 

Deer In Lithia Park by James Eddy

 

Lightpost On Dancing Cloud Lane by James Eddy

 

The Old Lumber Mill BW by James Eddy

 

The Redding Sundial Bridge by James Eddy

 

Late Night Gas Station by James Eddy

 

Blue Bachelor Button On Gold by James Eddy

 

Golf In The Desert by James Eddy