My Photographic Journey
Through the four seasons in Maine
by Michele Barker
About the Book
This book is a photographic journey through the four seasons of Maine as I have experienced them through my photography. Although I photograph a wide variety of subjects, such as pets, people, and scenic's, medical and fire, my favorite subject to photograph is wildlife. The joy and satisfaction that comes from observing and photographing wildlife is like no other that I can explain. To view more of my photography please visit my web site.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Aug 12, 2009
- Tags Acadia National Park, Mount Desert Island, harp seal, Little Abol Falls, Baxter State Park, Sand Beach, Sandy Stream Pond, Green Lake, Machias Seal Island, Old Town, Pushaw Stream, blueberry rake, eagles, birds, fox, moose, Millinocket, Maine, fall, Jonesboro, pumpkins, spring, winter, foliage, snow, seal, sunrise, sunset, coast, Camden, flowers, beaver, deer, fawn, doe, woodpecker, Ellsworth, puffins, puffin, Hudson, Glenburn, Porter, Jonesport, blueberry, loon, loons
I am a photographer from Hudson, Maine. I have enjoyed photography for as long as I can remember, but I did not get seriously into it until November of 2000. It was then that I received my first Canon 35mm SLR film camera as a birthday gift. From that point on my interest in photography exploded. I now use a Canon 5D camera with a Canon 28-135mm IS and 100-400mm IS lens.