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Below are recent additions to the PRINT SHOP that have been requested for purchase or licensing, or have been more popular items on social media, image contests, etc.

A single violet tulip surrenders unto the surrounding temperate vibrancy
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Gerber From The Stem
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Random photo posts and my photography/artists journal of sorts I suppose. Or just a formal place for my musings maybe… It is what it is..


My attempt at organizing our shot portfolio, which is always last on the priority list it seems.

Floral Art and Photos - Flower Photography
Rose Art and Photos - Flower Photography
All Other Images and Photos
Macro Art and Photos - Macro Photography
Bird Art and Photos - Bird Photography
Eagle Art and Photos - Eagle Photography
Cardinal Art and Photos - Cardinal Photography
Woodpecker Art and Photos - Woodpecker Photography
Finch Art and Photos - Finches & Photography
Blue Jay Art and Photography
Tufted Titmouse Photography and Art
Landscape Art and Photos - Landscape Photography
Broemmelsiek Park Art and Photos - Broemmelsiek Park Photography
Klondike Park Art and Photos - Klondike Park Photography
Minnesota Art and Photos - Minnesota Photography
Wildlife Art and Photos - Wildlife Photography
Abstract Art and Photos - Abstract Photography
Fine Art and Photos - Fine Art Photography


My On-Hand Prints for Sale & Digitial Files for Photographers and Artists

Download Photoshop Templates and Other Files
Download Textures and Color Map Tones
On-Hand Photo Prints & Wall Art

What Is This? Where Am I?

I am a geek by trade, and Photoshop, as well as other image editing tools, have been part of my arsenal for quite some time. When it came to website development, etc. I often found myself licensing images and photographs from stock sites as part of every project. And, as a freelancer does when looking at budgets, you cut costs and increase revenue where possible. So, my initial entry into photography began as a cost-cutting tool.

Little did I know how quickly I would become an addicted shutterbug (as in the very first click). From the first shot I snapped, I knew that a camera would be part of my life forever. So this little corner of the interwebs is where I share my creative side. Mostly photography, some purely digital designs from time to time, but generally photos and art created from them.