These photos are part of a series I took for a photography class. I chose these four because while they have a similar composition, they each uniquely display the nature of water.
Lexxie Whittey is a poetry writer and copy editor for Summit. She is a sophomore Public Relations major. She enjoys music, reading, Instagram (follow her @svmply.rae), and tea.
All of the photos were taken in rural New Leipzig, ND. It’s where my dad grew up so I have a special connection to this area of the state.
Kylie Pastian is a sophomore biology major at Umary and has a passion for photography.
I painted [this] because my boyfriend challenged me to paint something upside-down and that was my way of completing the challenge.
As a way to practice macro photography, I crawled under an evergreen tree in my backyard. This turned into an hour long shoot in sub-zero temperature however it was worth it. I really loved this shoot because the end shots perfectly resemble the style and color scheme that often appears in my photography.
Haylie Flesness is a junior majoring in Mass Communication with a minor in Marketing. Her passion is for visual arts and story telling. Check out all that she does on her website (http://haylieflesness.wixsite.com/portfolio) or Instagram (@hayliedaylie)
My name is Theresa Kolar. I am a Junior at the University of Mary studying Theology with a Minor in Catholic Studies. I am originally from South Dakota and have been taking pictures for five years. I enjoy capturing the beauty in nature most through my photography.
I took these pictures in order to capture the texture of newly fallen, untouched snow.
Created by Elliot Jakos and Rachel Krueger