Ovation TV

If you have Ovation TV available on your cable system, you should definitely avail yourself of the excellent content this channel dedicated to the Fine Arts offers to viewers. Programming is dedicated to Art, Music, Opera, Dance and Film. This week features documentaries and profiles revolving around photography and photographers, which is of particular interest to me.

Watching how great photographers of the past and present practice their art and hone their skills has been informative and inspiring, Listening to them express and explain the philosophy behind their process is enlightening and helps me understand my own feelings when framing a shot, coloring a photo or cropping a view.

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I'm a freelance writer and blogger who has written for, among others, Tribune Media Services, Suite101 and Athena Guides. As an intrepid traveler I have chronicled some of my travels at The Verbal Vagabond, my travel blog. And, being an avid amateur photographer, I also have a photography blog spotlighting photos I have taken of areas around my hometown at Postcards From Maggie Valley. Speaking of Maggie Valley, that is where my wife, our Golden Retriever/Border Collie mix, Bella, our Orange Tabby, Tigger and I live in a log cabin on a mountain in Western North Carolina, just at the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. I enjoy hiking, camping, art, travel, photography (as mentioned above), and an occasional glass of good wine while reading or writing in front of the fireplace.
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One Response to Ovation TV

  1. Michelle says:

    I’ve watched a few things on the network, mostly concert archives.

    I love the Science network and the Chiller channel they recently added. Disappointed Brighthouse removed FearNet on demand, though. I like my free horror movie fixes. LOL

    It’d be nice when we get to a day, though, when we can pay only for the channels we watch. I pay for over 500 channels, of which I probably don’t even watch 50 with any regularity.

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