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Butterfly House Doors by Tamyra Ayles
Honor Heights Butterfly House Vertical by Tamyra Ayles
Honor Heights Butterfly House by Tamyra Ayles
Butterfly House Entrance by Tamyra Ayles
Giant Butterfly by Tamyra Ayles
Sunflower Field by Tamyra Ayles
Sunday Funday at Honor Heights in Vertical by Tamyra Ayles
I Could Be Fishing by Tamyra Ayles
The Azalea Pond at Honor Heights Park by Tamyra Ayles
Candy Pink Azaleas at the Azalea Festival by Tamyra Ayles
Azalea Reflection at Honor Heights Park by Tamyra Ayles
Falling Water at Honor Heights Park by Tamyra Ayles
Japanese Maple at Honor Heights Park by Tamyra Ayles
Honor Heights Park Hidden Stream by Tamyra Ayles
Honor Heights Gazebo by Tamyra Ayles
Honor Heights Gazebo in Vertical by Tamyra Ayles
Hidden Path at Honor Heights Park by Tamyra Ayles
Symmetyr in Nature by Tamyra Ayles
Life is a Circus at the Azalea Festival by Tamyra Ayles
Miniature Pink Azaleas by Tamyra Ayles
Tiny White Azales by Tamyra Ayles
Tiny Pink Azaleas by Tamyra Ayles
Fire Red Azaleas by Tamyra Ayles
Golden White Azaleas by Tamyra Ayles
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About Tamyra Ayles
I have traveled extensively throughout the United States and have found beauty in my own back yard. Most of my photography is in the state of Oklahoma.
My photography has been published in Oklahoma Today during 2013, 2014 and 2015. The Oklahoma Department of Tourism Travel Guide, also, has showcased my photography in the 2015 and 2016 editions. I have won numerous awards including First Place in Still Life at Artist of the Arbuckle Gallery art show 2013, First Place in People at Goddard Center Art Gallery Juried Photography Biennial 2013, Honorable Mention at Goddard Center Art Gallery Juried Art Show 2014, Second Place at Goddard Center Art Gallery Juried Photography Biennial 2015.
I received my first camera at the age of 15. I have been in love with photography, since my first Instamatic picture was developed. I have advanced from that little Instamatic camera I strive to control every aspect of my photography, and capture more that just a picture. I try to capture more that what is seen with just my eye. I try to capture the feeling of the location, the scents that permeated the air and the sounds that I hear, when I quietly listen.
I come by my photographic roots naturally. My father was a photographer. I remember him spending hours in his basement darkroom. I was always fascinated with that dark room, dimly lit by a red light. He would enter the room with a roll of film and emerge with wet pictures hanging from a wire to dry. Today, I enter a brightly lit room with a small card that I put in my computer to "develop" my photographs. I may still burn and dodge my photographs like my father did, but using a different technique.
I am reminded, on every photographic outing.........God that created the scene, I just operate the camera.