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This award-winning image is Pamela Goodyer’s favorite image. It was created in her home state of New Jersey. This incredibly vibrant piece of art will gain quite a bit of value over time.
Pam cherishes this image because it was the first image created after her mother’s loss. Pam grieved terribly and found a profound peace out on the beach, alone, where she felt a powerful connection to her Mom on the other side during this photo shoot. She believes her Mom channels artistic genius to her and knows her Mom is always with her in moments like these.
Pamela Goodyer puts a very high value on this peace, and that is not a typo. This image was created just a few months after the passing of her dear mother. To this day, she will tell you with tears in her eyes that losing her mother was the hardest thing she has ever done or will do in this lifetime. This was the very first long exposure image she created on her first photography outing after her mother’s departure.
This evening the artist was standing on the beach in the open air while the sun was setting. She grounded herself to the earth to gain healing energy and connect to her mother. Out in nature, where there are no humans for a distance, at one with nature is when she felt a small amount of peace for the first time at the moment she created this image. She knew her mother would be so proud of this image she created, and she instantly deemed it one of her favorites.
It is not not only the dynamic image that makes it her favorite. It is almost always a combination of the creation’s experience that turns the moment into a profound experience. Connecting to earth and guiding forces, including her mother, is where she gets her creativity bursts. This was a very intense night of creation.
It was such a fabulous night that Pamela stayed on the top floor in the penthouse suite of the Flanders Hotel. A very high-end hotel with great character and charm. The two-bedroom 3 fireplace condominium-style room was overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Ocean City, New Jersey. You can read the entire article the artist wrote on the Flanders Hotel and the area’s photography. The relaxing, sophisticated hotel put her at great ease, and the whole stay is one of her favorite experiences.