Out On A Limb: The Photography of Ronnie Goyette
Ronnie Goyette once again focuses her extraordinary eye on the many birds that call the Morro Bay Estuary and local environs their home. From a large blue heron delicately landing on a tree branch, to the flickering reflections of an egret about to grab his dinner, Ms. Goyette’s patience, keen eye and mastery of her camera are evident in photographs that capture the stunning beauty of the exquisite, decisive moment.
This is Ms. Goyette’s second one-woman show at the Seven Sisters Gallery and once again it will coincide with the Morro Bay Bird Festival, thereby giving bird-watching visitors a chance to see the talented work of this extraordinary new nature photographer.
“For me, the joy of photography lies in slowing down and seeing the small things. In relaxing to watch a bird for more than a moment, personalities are revealed: Snowy Egrets dance for joy, Grebes run across the very surface of the water, Elephant Seals battle to defend a harem. With the light changing every minute, the photographer times the shot to reveal the beauty of a fleeting moment. It’s a supremely rewarding experience, one that I am pleased to share with you.”
Ms. Goyette’s work has appeared in the SWAP (Elfin Forest), PG&E and the Elkhorn Slough National Estuary calendars and has been used by the Sierra Club in various venues. In addition, her photograph of cows, “Sunrise on the Ranch,” placed 1st at the California Mid-State Fair, and “Mr. Adorable,” an Island Fox portrait, is a Flickr Explore selection.
-written by Ann Calhoun