Bodhi Smith Photography

Home of Bodhi Smith Photography.

Impressionistic Photography, Simpliquely Different.

"Calming Corridor (Triptych)" - Hung as three separate panels, each one a perfect square.

"Calming Corridor (Triptych)" - Hung as three separate panels, each one a perfect square.

"Four Seasons of Temecula" - All four separate panels hung vertically with rustic chains from a wine barrel stave or grape vine post

"Four Seasons of Temecula" - All four separate panels hung vertically with rustic chains from a wine barrel stave or grape vine post

"Pier Sing" - Four separate images, each a rectangle of different size and shape, that when put together form the entire image. All four are mounted on dock ropes and suspended between two large pieces of pier wood (4x4 each)

"Pier Sing" - Four separate images, each a rectangle of different size and shape, that when put together form the entire image. All four are mounted on dock ropes and suspended between two large pieces of pier wood (4x4 each)

"Simon's Cliche" in a thematic frame which is meant to add a lot to the overall visual effect of the entire piece

"420 Light:" in a thematic frame made from sand blasted 4x4's in order to emulate the ocean eroded structures in the image (image is meant to compliment the much larger "Coming Ashore" as a pair)

"Embodiment of Peace" in a thematic frame which meant to look in shape and color just like the dock in the image...frame even tapers off at the top to give the same impression of depth that is present in the image...

"Coming Ashore" in a large 5 foot thematic frame made from sand blasted 4x4's in order to emulate the ocean eroded structures in the image (image is meant to compliment "420 Light" as a pair)

   (c) 2016. All Rights reserved

   (c) 2016. All Rights reserved

"You as my observer, and as my critic, bear the responsibility for interpreting my impressions in your own unique way...and thus by doing so, You become a participant in the overall creation of my artwork. I deeply thank you for taking the time to truly see my photography on these pages.  - D."Bodhi" Smith