Andrea Cochran-Pastel – in the blog sphere know as andelieye – has an eye for beauty in the common, and maybe more than anything; beauty in nature. Her visual language is quiet and reflective. She approaches her subject with a meditative and contemplative mind and brings out the inner stillness and the subject’s inherent being in her photographs. As she writes on her blog; andelieya is someone on her path. Walking by the rivers and lakes. Following the cycles of day and night, the seasons, birth and death. Dreaming big. Unlearning. Her own description of her pathway also describes her imagery. Andrea captures the tranquillity in details and from this creates a visual story that expands to convey the bigger issues of the universe. In a serene and pensive way. Her colours are beautiful but never complacent and there is a certain modesty about her tacit compositions. All so very beautiful. For more of Andreas work, look up her blog andelieye. By this post I have presented all the participants from the eWorkshop I taught this spring, and I want to thank all and everybody for the enthusiasm they brought into the workshop and the willingness to let me look at their wonderful work.