Three New Galleries

Posted by on Mar 16, 2012 in Announcements | 8 Comments

We have just added three new galleries here at oopoomoo. Drop by and check them out!


Talyn Stone by Samantha Chrysanthou

Rockin' Self Portrait by Samantha Chrysanthou

Darwin Flying High by Samantha Chrysanthou


©Samantha Chrysanthou

©Darwin Wiggett


©Samantha Chrysanthou

©Darwin Wiggett (composite image)

About the Author

I am a Canadian landscape and outdoor photographer who loves long hikes in the woods, yummy food, hairy dogs, good company and a good guitar jam.


  1. hiro
    March 16, 2012

    Rockin’ self portrait? Is it Sam? What kind of chord is it? C9 add 5#?? I like Holga images and Darwin flying high. Very Dynamic.

    • Darwin Wiggett
      March 16, 2012

      Sam makes up her own cords, she is never one to follow anyone else’s lead. Of course the scotch helps creativity


    • Samantha
      March 17, 2012

      Hiro, I am taking guitar lessons now, so I won’t embarrass myself in future…glad you didn’t buy that Fender G&L from us!!

    • hiro
      March 17, 2012

      Hi, Sam. pls let me show off. The chord is, I guess “Gsus4 add 9 flat on C”. I play at home and it has neat Jazzy sound. Especially the tension note, 9 flat, adds Spanish sound. So I like this image because the scissors with cloth in the expanded perspective makes me wonder. It gives a certain tension to this photo. Great idea!

  2. John Klein
    March 16, 2012

    Very cool,
    Really like the composite image, Taylen Stone is “smokien hot” and what was it Sam had mixed in those blunts, she is pure rock and roll. The scissors don’t fit with the comp but it’s still a fun shot.

    Canadian eh? Enjoying your blog. Keeping it real.
    Cheers, JK

    • Darwin Wiggett
      March 16, 2012

      Hi John,

      I took a look at your site, great stuff there. And we are jealous of you living in Teslin! We’ll be up that way in September for the Whitehorse Camera Club presentation.

  3. Alister Benn
    March 16, 2012

    Excellent series… glad the shadows are well controlled in the one of you flying, otherwise may scare the children!! cheers…

    • Darwin Wiggett
      March 17, 2012

      Right shadow control is important. Wouldn’t want HDR to bring out details in this case ;-)