About the photographer: Bill Woody is a photographer from Dayton (Beavercreek), Ohio who has been pursuing his art since 1972. He is a member and past president of Dayton's Tripod Camera Club. He has participated in international competitions and has many acceptances and awards of merit. He gives seminars and workshops on photography, printing, Photoshop, as well as portrait, model, and dance workshops. Bill also serves as a judge for photographic competitions for local art and photography groups. He has juried photo exhibitions including recent shows at Kettering's Town & Country Fine Art Center, and Troy Ohio's Troy-Haner Cultural Center. He photographed the Dayton Ballet in the 1980's. His photos have been used in their promotional material and are part of their permanent collection. He has also contributed services, programs, and photographs to the Appalachian Institute for the Arts for their productions. His first one-man show was in Beavercreek in 1995. More recent shows have been in New York City, in Scottsdale AZ, and at Ohio galleries including: Haner The Troy-Haner Cultural Center, The Chalicelight Gallery, and the Town & Country Fine Art Center. Recent personal projects have included the Northern Michigan Asylum, Montana/Oregon/Washington, and Dance at Silo City in Buffalo, NY. About the Photos: These photographic pursuits of Early Mornings and Abandoned Places are a passion. It may be the light. It may be the mood. Adding people contradicts expected responses, and often causes the viewer to bring their own personal experience to the image. Nostalgia?