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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Sailors Delight by Jeremy McKay
Old Mission Trail Dam and Flume by Jeremy McKay
Violets In The Sand by Jeremy McKay
Life Amoung The Weeds by Jeremy McKay
Desert Lilly Close up by Jeremy McKay
Solitude At Solidad by Jeremy McKay
Sunrise and My Ride by Jeremy McKay
Brand New Day by Jeremy McKay
Sunset at Torrey Pines by Jeremy McKay
Freshly Showered by Jeremy McKay
Torrey Pine Glider Port Sunset by Jeremy McKay
The Storm And The Light by Jeremy McKay
The Break of Dawn In Coronado by Jeremy McKay
Every Common Bush by Jeremy McKay
Sunrise at Shelter Island by Jeremy McKay
Kisses From The Heavens by Jeremy McKay
The Light Within by Jeremy McKay
Sunrise Mission Trails San Diego by Jeremy McKay
Enchanted Morning In The Land of Na by Jeremy McKay
Carrizo Badlands Nov 2013 by Jeremy McKay
Carrizo Badlands BW Nov 2013 by Jeremy McKay
Mount Soledad Panoramic Sunrise by Jeremy McKay
Thanksgiving Sunrise Mount Soledad by Jeremy McKay
Desolate And Beautiful by Jeremy McKay
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About Jeremy McKay
My goal and hope is to deliver not only the beauty that I see but the feeling. I hope the images I share here help you to reflect on days gone by not with regret but with a wistful hope. The hope and knowledge that the best is still to come.
I want to catch and immortalize one of a kind trees, sunrises, moon shots, horizons, and clouds. Instead of saying you should have seen this I want my photographs say 'In case you missed it, this is for you!' and I want my paintings to say this is what it felt like.
"It is in the banks of memory where oldness goes, but it is in the bursting sun at dawn where newness lies.
And since dawn arrives at different times all over the planet, newness—or wholeness—is always present."
-- Margaret Stortz
Science of Mind Magazine January 2014