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See the scenes I've seen.  Photo essays by C.L. Kunst

For Christopher’s Garden. . .

May 29, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
Christopher’s Garden [The Gnomon] is one of my all time favorite places in West Asheville. It’s a place where I go to relax, get inspired, meditate and hang out to talk plants with my good friend Christopher. Sunday there is going to be an amazing community event sponsored by the W.A.L.K., the Hop and a bunch of other cool local businesses, to cele...
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Riverside Cemetery Revisited

May 22, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
In September of last year I made a photo essay at Riverside Cemetery on a beautiful foggy morning. Last week I got a phone call from the cemetery saying they had found the photos on-line and wanted to get permission to use them on their Facebook page. You should go like them, you can do that here. So nice that they asked me first! I really hate fin...
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Pop’s Radish

May 20, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
Our first true fruit from the garden! Pop picked it this afternoon and ate it within a few minutes of me photographing it. Which is good because Pop’s been having asparagus and radish dreams for weeks. Although we could easily remedy it with store bought, he maintains they are truly best just fresh from the dirt. And will I understand this on a per...
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Best of WNC?

May 09, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
Well, friends and neighbors it’s that time of year again. The Mountain Express is running their “Best of WNC” popularity poll for everything under the sun that is Asheville and Western North Carolina. Please consider putting my name in for Best Photographer. Not because I really think I am, (I know over two dozen amazingly talented photographers th...
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The Art of Sharon Pruyne

May 01, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
I recently did some portfolio catalog work for Sharon Pryune, an artist in Mars Hill. She is an an amazing woman who is not only a vivid artist who specializes in trompe l’oeil but a nutritionist, personal trainer, innovative homesteader and organic farmer. She is organizing her latest winter crop of paintings for show and sale and I’m very glad sh...
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