What began as a personal hobby exploded with creative passion in Spring 2001! Just as my home’s private gardens were opened to the public during a city-sponsored garden tour, my nature photography was featured in the May issue of People, Places & Plants magazine. Because of the exposure, I was approached again three years later in Spring 2004 to participate in a larger, state-wide garden tour hosted by the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts.

Taking advantage of the amazing opportunity before me, I displayed my best photographic work and was rewarded with overwhelming success! At that moment, Milkay Photography, offering a wide selection of original fine art nature photographs, was born.

With deep-rooted respect and unadulterated awe for Mother Nature, I seek to capture the ‘unexpected’ in the everyday – elevating and celebrating all the exquisite details that are so often overlooked.

While some journeys take me far away, others keep me right here in my own backyard. I never know what I’ll find, but I’m thoroughly enjoying the adventure of discovery! For me, each image holds a perfect moment in time and I’m delighted to have this opportunity to share my unique vision of the world with you.

Please visit my wordpress photoblog to check out the latest images and to read the (often humorous) stories behind them.

Comments are welcome and encouraged! Also, if so inclined, feel free to add my images to your favorites list. I thank you in advance. :-)

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Child's Play: Photographs of Vanishing Vintage Playgrounds

Introduction / When I started this series, I never once suspected the process would conjure up such nostalgia for me. However, as I delved deeper and deeper, I was both astonished and saddened to learn that what I remember a playground to be was rapidly being erased. / Over the years, nervous parents had worked themselves into such a frenzy to over-protect their children that they managed to stro…
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