My Work Published Elsewhere Online: 2010-Present

My Work Published Elsewhere Online  

To contact me leave a message on my blog or e-mail me at Sallyd@udel.edu/

2016

Light, a new and innovative compact camera company: asked me to participate in their #VantagePoint Project on Pinterest. More details soon.

2015

July 2015

VICE UK, my photograph, “Winter’s Ice (2013),” is the title image for VICE’s YouTube video, “Iceman.” Published online: 16 July 2015.

Summer 2015

Expanded Field (2015), a publication  by Ila Berman and Douglas Turnham, which includes my photograph of “Roof (2009),” a sculpture by Andy Goldsworthy in the National Gallery of Arts collection,

2014

I got scooped. Curator Arcangel Images selected my Photograph #4 from my series on sun and sky. It was part of my post on 03 March titled “Phoneography Challenge, the Phone as Your Lens: Nature (and Winter’s Colors).” Click here to view my post in Scoop.it’s iPhoneography section (scroll down to 04 March). Or here on my blog. Scoop.it builds its audience through individual curation. Here is my photograph that they had on the front page of their 04 March issue.

4. Afternoon Sky and Sun, iPhone 4s, February 2014; © Sally W. Donatello and Lens and Pens by Sally, 2014

4. Afternoon Sky and Sun, iPhone 4s, February 2014; © Sally W. Donatello and Lens and Pens by Sally, 2014

2013

October 2013

Walk in the Park, iPhone 4s, September 2013; © Sally W. Donatello and Lens and Pens by Sally, 2013

Walk in the Park, iPhone 4s, September 2013; © Sally W. Donatello and Lens and Pens by Sally, 2013

Embodied Ecologies: exploring biocultural neuroscience and human relationships to place

Photograph selected for masthead of organization’s Website

Website: http://embodiedecologies.moonfruit.com/

April 2013

Featured Photographer in Digital Magazine April 2013

Junsjazz Images & Inspiration Online Magazine #7, Featured Photographer, April 2013

Junsjazz Images & Inspiration Online Magazine #7: Simplicity, Going Minimalist, The Negative Space, Nature and Objects, pages 18-19; one of eight featured photographers

Website: http://www.joomag.com/magazine/junsjazz-images-inspiration-issue-7/0365524001361335326/

2012 

27 January 2012

Spotted White Orchid, Permanent Collection, Longwood Gardens, Nikon DSLR, January 2012; © Sally W. Donatello and Lens and Pens by Sally, 2012

Spotted White Orchid, Permanent Collection, Longwood Gardens, Nikon DSLR, January 2012; © Sally W. Donatello and Lens and Pens by Sally, 2012

Freshly Pressed by WordPress, my post was selected on 17 February 2012:

Longwood Gardens Orchid Extravaganza, Part Two

Website: https://lensandpensbysally.wordpress.com/2012/01/27/longwood-gardens-orchid-extravaganza-part-two/

2010 

18 November 2010

Autumn Leaf, Nikon DSLR, September 2010; © Sally W. Donatello and Lens and Pens by Sally, 2010

Autumn Leaf, Nikon DSLR, September 2010; © Sally W. Donatello and Lens and Pens by Sally, 2010

National Geographic Magazine’s Your Shot

“Autumn Leaf”

18 November 2010

Selected for the Daily Dozen and Weekly Wrap-Up

Websites: http://yourshot.nationalgeographic.com/daily-dozen/2010-11-18/

6 Responses to My Work Published Elsewhere Online: 2010-Present

  1. docugraphy says:

    Great eye for the picture you got!!!

  2. You have a fantastic vision Sally!!!

  3. Angela Sopranzi says:

    I just found you today through the Palladian Traveler and I am so pleased. I read your blog about the milkweed plant and, even though I am not as knowledgable as you are about it, I wanted to share my observations with you. We live near the beach here in northeast Florida and I have mine planted on the east and south as you do and they thrived again this summer. We had a gazillion butterflies this year. As a matter of fact, we not only saw the monarch, but we were visited by the tiger swallowtail for the first time this year. Unfortunately, my plants got too large and leggy, so I am replacing them with new ones to enjoy next year. Thank you again for your images. I am excited about trying your iphoneography challenge.

    • Angela, it’s a delight to meet you via Tom. You’ve brought a smile across my day. While there was not a monarch to be seen, we did have a more normal season of others (especially the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail and other swallowtails as well as many smaller ones). I keep myself positive with the notion that there are years of abundance and lesser producing ones. It’s dependent on so many factors. But the monarch is a single species that is in big trouble. Glad that “we” are doing our part. Please do join the Phoneography Challenge. Hope to see you soon.

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