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Thanks for stopping by my website and looking at my photographs. I am very grateful to have the opportunity to get out and explore the world around me. Living in the middle of the Great Plains has given me an appreciation of the wide-open spaces of the prairie, especially the Flint Hills region and the tallgrass prairie found there. If none of the photos on my website are quite what you are looking for, please contact me and let me know, I may have something that will work for you in my photo collection, just not uploaded to my website. There are a lot of options today for having photos printed, canvas metal, traditional framed prints etc. If you have any questions or need suggestions about a type of print or size of print, please let me know. I would be happy to help figure out what would work best for your situation. It is great to be able to help people bring views of prairie landscapes, rural America and wildlife into their home or office. If you are ordering prints for a business and need to have an order placed and work through an invoice, just let me know, I will be glad to help arrange that.
If you are in the greater Kansas City metropolitan area (Johnson, Wyandotte, and Miami counties in Kansas and Jackson, Platte and Clay counties in Missouri), ParireBrooke Arts exclusively represents my photography. Please contact the gallery to order prints. PraireBrooke Arts, 7900 Santa Fe Drive, Overland Park, KS. Phone 913.341.0333. www.pbarts.com
For me, my first forays into photography were an excuse to be outside and that reason is still a major driving force for me to be behind the camera. I like being outside and I like wandering around country roads looking for landscapes and wildlife to photograph. It is fun for me to try and find beautiful or interesting scenes, wildlife etc. at those moments of stunning light that turn the ordinary into something awesome. Trying to put together all the elements, weather, light, finding the exact subject I am picturing in my head, etc. is a fun challenge, sort of like solving a puzzle. In the end, I think photography for me boils down to enjoying being outside and overcoming challenges associated with making photographs that capture the experiences and emotions I have when I press the shutter button.