‘Grand Canyon Rainstorm,’ by Dee Leggett, captures the drama of the dark sky and subtle texture of the rock formations. This photo will be on display at the TD Bank in Great Falls through Feb. 29, 2020.
“Layers of Light" is a photography exhibit by Dee Leggett portraying examples of the many ways light influences the world we see, adding beauty and drama to our days. The photographs in the show demonstrate how light affects color and how it creates power with shadows and darkness. In the photo, Grand Canyon Rainstorm, the viewer sees how light brings out the subtle texture in rock formations. Through Leggett’s photographs the viewer will see color in the clouds and sky in Yellowstone National Park, and reflections of light in the water, especially during sunrise and sunset along the Carolina beach. The diverse display includes the evening light show on the Hungarian Parliament and the noon-time light show in Antelope Canyon, Ariz.
Visions of Great Falls, Dee’s photo journal of scenes and history of Great Falls,, contains numerous photos of the falls, as well as many from the Great Falls area, many of which demonstrate the power of light.
Dee Leggett has been photographing nature for over ten years, both in the Great Falls area and around the world. She is a member of Great Falls Studios.
To see more of Dee’s work: Contact Dee at 703-861-3335 or DeeLeggett@aol.com
Visit her website at http://deeleggettphotography.vpweb.com
TD Bank is open every day, located at the corner of Walker Rd and Georgetown Pike in Great Falls.