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“We live and breathe words. …. It was books that made me feel that perhaps I was not completely alone. They could be honest with me, and I with them. Reading your words, what you wrote, how you were lonely sometimes and afraid, but always brave; the way you saw the world, its colors and textures and sounds, I felt–I felt the way you thought, hoped, felt, dreamt. I felt I was dreaming and thinking and feeling with you. I dreamed what you dreamed, wanted what you wanted–and then I realized that truly I just wanted you.” -Cassandra ClarePin It

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Read more about “Elevate” a fine art exploration. For more “Elevate” follow the circle to the next artist, the talented Gina Oh | Arroyo Grande, CA Photographer



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  • Amazing work!

  • Holy cow, Tamara, this is wonderful!

  • Paula R

    Beyond beautiful.

  • ditto gina k., HOLY COW!! i MUST MUST MUST meet you someday…

  • These are so very beautiful!!! love.

  • this is such a beautiful collection of images tamara. i gasped at the first image and would be embarrassed to tell you how long i’ve studied and admired it. beautiful images, beautiful girl. perfection. xo

  • ohmigosh i love that first picture! how incredible.



  • Girl! You are so beyond words talented! How you capture is breath taking!! Seriously so beautiful, each & every image!!!!! That first one though….. WOW! Amazing!!!!!

  • Wow! I keep coming back to that first image with all the pages – and then to each one – beautiful!

  • Shut the front door!!! I love the concept and what you did with it. Genius.

  • Tamara,
    I knew from the second I laid eyes on your work that knowing you through this experience was going to be a gift.
    This post made me want to create. Thank you for fostering that in me.
    It also made me want to feel love. Give it. And share it.
    It made me want to read. Too.
    Much love to you!!

  • THAT IS WHAT I AM TALKING ABOUT! this is exactly what I love to see. EVERY image is amazing, SERIOUSLY!

  • absolutely stunning!

  • This is so gorgeous Tamara!! I don’t even know what else to say. Stunning!

  • Oh this has moved me to tears. So refreshing and inspiring. Thank you.

  • […] continue with the fine art circle by indulging in a little tamara burros of from the tree top photography! […]

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 (images all edited with the soon to be released “FTT Artist’s Workflow-Vol I textures series” and “FTT Vintage Textures II”)

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Read more about “Elevate” a fine art exploration. For more “Elevate” follow the circle to the next artist, the amazing Jefra Linn.



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  • Beautiful images, Tamara. The first one made me gasp, and the second made me sigh out loud. How dreamy! Love your perspective, and the passage from LM Montgomery.

  • Oh darling these are gorgeous! I can see you are getting good use out of your Lensbaby! Every time I look at your Lensbaby photos I tell myself I need to get mine out and use it ?

  • Gorgeous! My fave is the one from the back looking out the window. Very inspiring!

  • Here from the other Bloom fine art group….gorgeous, amazing photos! I love them all and the Montgomery passage…wow! At first it made me sad and then I thought, it could be about all of us as photographers still able to “find the way” to fairyland. I love, love your post!!!

  • oh, tamara, your work always moves me, ALWAYS…

  • So pretty Tamara. Love the poetic addition to this month’s post.

  • incredibly beautiful as always sweet tamara. the second image is my favorite! so glad you are loving the lensbaby! dreamy and thoughtful post. it’s just what i needed this morning. xo

  • your work is so transportive. it takes me back to the fairyland of my youth. you, and your children, are so lucky to have all of the incredible memories that you are making together, both figurative and literal.
    i have to meet you someday. i have to hug you to thank you for being so inspiringly good and talented at what you do!

  • What a perfect quote for these images. I love her simple braid and timeless dress. Just beautiful.

  • Your work in incredible. It truly does make you sigh, gasp and leaves you in a beautiful land far away from our daily troubles. I think I need to look at these every morning to start my day off in a beautiful place. Keep creating – it’s all so inspiring.