Glen Fortner

Glen Fortner

I'm a freelance photographer and videographer living in Columbia, Maryland.

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A goose looks out over Centennial Park in Ellicott City, MD.

Close-up of a Goose at Centennial Lake in Ellicott City, MD.

A Blue Heron catches lunch at Centennial Lake in Ellicott City, MD.

A Blue Heron takes flight at Centennial Lake in Ellicott City, MD.

Historic downtown Cumberland in Western Maryland.

Great Falls National Park at Sunrise. Notice the water vapor coming off the rapids in the top right corner.

A somewhat hidden bench near Centennial Lake in Ellicott City, MD

A long exposure photograph taken at night.

-Frostburg, MD

Long exposure of a river in Columbia, Maryland.

Glen Fortner is now following Derek Beattie

Derek is an amateur photographer living in rural Southwest Scotland.

Long exposure of the tallest free freefalling waterfall in the State of Maryland.

- Swallow Falls State Park

Glen Fortner is now following Paul Lemke

The Default Condition of life is "Beauty".
As Light spills over the world and then back to us, our experience is of "Beauty".
My job is not difficult, ...... Isolate and capture fragments of this inexhaustible resource.

It is as if every stone were a Diamond.

My name is Paul Lemke, ...... US landscapes and places are my subjects, ...... Enjoy, ......

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Monument Cove in Acadia National Park.

Glen Fortner is now following Rike Beck

Hello and welcome to my gallery!

I am a young artist from Germany. I live and work in Berlin. My artwork comprises graphics, paintings, conceptual designs as well as their practical realization. I am influenced by many things as music, books, theatre and all the ordinary things around. If you like my artwork you can find more of them and further information about me at

An HDR portrait of the Gettysburg Battlefield in Pennsylvania.

Glen Fortner is now following Barbara Arneson

Hello and welcome!!! I will tell you a little about myself.

I've been drawing and painting since I was a child. My paternal grandmother bought me my first oil paints ( in a wooden box), brushes and canvas, I was 8 years old. I was thinking about this the other day, and I remembered my first painting was a ballerina, and I gave it to my maternal grandmother, and over a long stretch of time, it has disappeared, which is too bad because I think my kids would have found it to be funny!!

I took art classes in school and when I was raising my children, I did some drawing and painting, usually for gifts.

About 11 years ago I began painting images on the computer using various software. And this has become my passion. And I hope that at least in some of my artwork, that passion is visible.