Frank’s Focus – The Newsletter of Frank Leonard Photography – May 2014

Greetings and happy May, everyone!  I have three fun, exciting items to share with you this month:

1) “Landscape Visions” – May 16th and 17th, 2014 – Three photographers share their unique landscape perspectives


Ed Dickie specializes in land and seascape photography.  He lives along the Pacific coast in Davenport, California, with a keen eye always attuned to the approaching changes in weather and views.  You can view his website at:

Kevin Osborn is from Santa Cruz, California and he loves to photograph things not normally visible to the human eye.  Some of his most recent work includes studies in infared from his trip to Africa.  You can view Kevin’s website here:

Frank Leonard lives in Ben Lomond, California, in the mountains above Santa Cruz, and specializes in photographing the female nude figure in natural outdoor landscape settings.  You can view Frank’s website here:

CLICK HERE to view more details and a map for this show.

Ben Lomond Art Gallery, 10295 Riverside Drive, Ben Lomond, California

Friday May 16th, 6:30-9:00pm

Saturday May 17th, 1:00-5:00pm

Be sure to come on out either Friday evening the 16th or Saturday afternoon the 17th for a real visual treat!  We would love to see you!

2) “Heatherlee at Fall Creek” – A Very Special Photoshoot


This collection of photos from a recent photoshoot with Heatherlee at Fall Creek is some of my most beautiful work to date.  It is such a privilege and an honor to be able to work with models who are in touch with themselves, the world of nature of which they are a part, and with me as a photographer working with them to create images of depth and beauty.  CLICK HERE to view this special photoset.

3)  Open Studios Application Images, 2014 – “Natural female nude figure photography in natural outdoor settings of California”


CLICK HERE to view the seven images I have submitted as part of my application to Open Studios 2014.  Later this month I will learn whether I have been accepted into the show, for what would be my sixth time since moving to Ben Lomond six years ago.

That’s it for this month, good people!  Hoping to see you at my Ben Lomond Art Gallery on the 16th or 17th!



Frank Leonard










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