These eight images reveal the changing moods and tides of the Atlantic ocean that I witnessed on Long Beach in Rockport, Massachusetts.
I turned my lens to the ocean, and embarked on a photographic journey of stalking the waves. Tromping to the beach is blizzards; capturing the sunset as a storm clears out; seeing the internal reflection of a wave; all the while the Twin Lights of Thacher Island watched over us.
Law Hamilton is often found behind her macro lens capturing unique perspectives of the natural world. Her inspiration stems from having one
of her very first images published in a newspaper. Current work includes stalking the waves of the Atlantic during Nor’easters, blizzards, and fair weather. She has captured performance images and portraits at Jazz in Marciac, France.
Hamilton has exhibited in juried shows: Fine Art of Photography at Plymouth Guild, MA - honorable mention in 2014 and 2015, Masters in 2015; 1650 Gallery, CA - 2nd Place A Winter’s Tale 2015. South Shore Art Association, MA; Darkroom Gallery, VT; and Women in Photography International, CA.
She is an exhibiting member at: Griffin Museum of Photography, Newburyport Art Association, Plymouth Guild and Russell Gallery, and Rockport Art Association.
Hamilton served on the Rockport Art Association Board of Directors representing the Photography Division for eight years; and on the Essex Camera Gallery Board for three years. She enjoys sharing her passion with new and emerging photographers.
Hamilton has studied photography with Atelier 21 at the Griffin Museum of Photography. She lives in and is inspired by the artistic community of Cape Ann, MA.
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