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first Baptist Church Asheville by Joye Ardyn Durham
Blue Ridge Parkway in Bloom by Joye Ardyn Durham
Pecos National Historic Park by Joye Ardyn Durham
Early Drift by Joye Ardyn Durham
Looking Glass Rock at Sunset by Joye Ardyn Durham
Radish by Joye Ardyn Durham
From the Porch by Joye Ardyn Durham
Mission Campus by Joye Ardyn Durham
Jekyll Boats by Joye Ardyn Durham
Fog Over Looking Glass Rock by Joye Ardyn Durham
Mt. Mitchell by Joye Ardyn Durham
Bird's Eye View by Joye Ardyn Durham
Surrounded by Joye Ardyn Durham
Lone Tree by Joye Ardyn Durham
Following by Joye Ardyn Durham
One Pony by Joye Ardyn Durham
Evening Marsh by Joye Ardyn Durham
Reaching by Joye Ardyn Durham
Clouds Rolling by Joye Ardyn Durham
Looking Over the Valley by Joye Ardyn Durham
Night Light by Joye Ardyn Durham
Marsh Light by Joye Ardyn Durham
Standing by Joye Ardyn Durham
Jekyll Tree by Joye Ardyn Durham
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Joye is an award winning photographer who has been involved in photography for over 50 years and owned her own gallery called the Gingko Tree Gallery in Black Mountain, North Carolina for 23 years. Her images have been published worldwide through several stock agencies as well as local photography needs. She photographs nature, landscapes, art as well as portraits, dogs, and family events.
She has been published in WNC Magazine, Our State Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Black Mountain News and other publications in North Carolina, Kentucky and Florida. She has done work for Paramount Pictures, including the movie "28 Days" and the television show "Ed", along with both Kentucky and North Carolina State Park systems. Joye also worked as photo editor for the magazine The Laurel of Asheville located in Asheville, NC.
"Photography is my passion. It is that thing. You know, that thing you do that takes you away from every other thing. When I am out shooting, whether it be a sunrise, a newborn baby, or a family gathering, I lose all sense of past and future. I am there in the moment. Completely present.
When you are a photographer, you are also a weather person.
You watch the weather conditions as if they were an old friend coming to visit. You have to prepare and get ready. You make sure your equipment is ready. You get up at 3:30-4:00 in the morning. You travel, sometimes 3-4 hours to that special destination. All the while, getting excited about what you will see. And then it happens, the sun comes up, shining the light on the earth and waking up the day. There it is, the Light. The Light that carries with it new opportunities to create. Without the Light there would be no creation. And creating is what fills my spirit. Creating images is my gift to share and I am grateful beyond words."