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I received my first 35mm camera in high school, after being the first one to complete 20 miles for a March of Dimes Walk-a-Thon they presented me with one. At the time, this was totally unexpected on my part since I was just trying to help people. Fast-forwarding to today, I now own a variety of cameras and have received recognition for my photos in numerous juried competitions, magazines, and exhibits (as an aside, I have acquired over 100 “Best of Show” photography awards). Currently, both residential dwellings and commercial businesses have on permanent display my photographs. Overall, I enjoy taking a variety of photos and sharing with others. Thanks for looking.
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Taken along the Mount Baker Highway in northwest Washington State with a handheld Canon 10D set at ISO 100 and presented full-frame. Here, the late afternoon sunlight highlights the Pacific Tree Frog and creates a wonderful reddish back-light on the frog reflected from the orange-red Dahlia.

This waterfall was encountered about halfway up the Colchuck Trail in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area within Washington State. Taken with a handheld Canon 10D set at ISO 400 to increase the f-stop. Then to bring out the shadow detail I converted the LDR (Low Dynamic Range) image to a HDR (High Dynamic Range) image.

Here’s a panorama of Glacier National Park along the “Going-to-the-Sun-Road” just around the western corner from Logan Pass taken with a handheld Canon 10D set at ISO 400 and f/8 using a wide-angle zoom lens (12 to 24). Then to bring out the shadow detail I converted the LDR (Low Dynamic Range) image to a HDR (High Dynamic Range) image.

Taken in Glacier National Park along the “Going-to-the-Sun-Road” on the western side of Logan Pass with a handheld Canon 10D set at ISO 400 and f/8 using a wide-angle zoom lens (12 to 24). Then to bring out the shadow detail I converted the LDR (Low Dynamic Range) image to a HDR (High Dynamic Range) image.

Taken near the start of the White River trailhead with a tripod-mounted Canon 10D set at ISO 400. Then to bring out the shadow detail I converted the LDR (Low Dynamic Range) image to a HDR (High Dynamic Range) image.

After a short hike up the Silver Falls trail, the waterfall pops-out at you, since you are right there close. Hence, taken with a handheld Canon 10D set at ISO 400 and f/8 using a wide-angle zoom lens (12 to 24). Then to bring out the shadow detail I converted the LDR (Low Dynamic Range) image to a HDR (High Dynamic Range) image.

Look close to see the arachnid and insect life hidden amongst all the little flowers that make up the overall Bear Grass flower. Taken in southwestern Washington State with a tripod mounted Canon 10D set at ISO 100.

For a small fee, you can see this old wagon and others situated in Nevada City, a rebuilt gold rush mining town located within south central Montana. Taken with a tripod mounted Canon 10D set at ISO 100.

Taken during the fall in the North Cascades of Washington State with a tripod mounted Canon 10D set at ISO 100.

Taken on the 4th of July at Lake Chelan in central Washington, with a tripod mounted Canon camera on Fuji 100-slide film.

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