I live in the Pacific Northwest, about an hour south of Seattle. My first camera was a Kodak Brownie box camera that my parents gave to me as I was headed off to Camp Sealth. I was maybe 8 or10 years old. The journey has been so interesting as I discovered all of the various kinds of cameras over the years. Beginning darkroom experience in hig school, then having one in the garage of my home. In my 30’s, I discovered SLR and it changed how I viewed the world forever. My trusty Minolta traveled everywhere with me. In 2002, I entered the digital age and bought a Fujifilm FinePix and there has been no turning back. My favorite cameras now are Nikon D60 and D200. They both have so many options that I have never used, but I rely on my eye to find the artistic expression within my view finder. I hope that you will enjoy seeing the images I have entered here. I have sold my works here on Red Bubble, as greeting cards around the Pacific Northwest and hire out privately for on-site photo shoots using natural light.
Cameras; Nikon D60, Nikon D200, Lens are; AF-S NIKKOR 18-55mm and AF-S NIKKOR 18-70mm, Nikkor AF-S 70-300mm ~ Images before 2007; Fugifilm FinePix 9000 with, lens 28-300mm

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  • Joined: October 2008

Journal

SOLD 450 CARDS! Woo Hoo!

Hi everyone; / I am so thankful and happy that someone has decided to purchase 450 of my cards of Pa’ako Beach on Maui. Yes, that is not a typo.. 450 CARDS! / Thank you sooooo much to the anonymous buyer who purchased them. I am beside myself with happiness. Click Here / What an awesome surprise! / Marjorie
Posted about 3 years – 29 comments

IMAGE THIEVES ~ THE PLOT THICKENS...

Hi Everyone; / This is a follow up from yesterday when I discovered that someone had posted one of my most popular images. You can read all about it Here / Thank you so much to everyone who posted thoughts and ideas on this very difficult subject. As many seasoned artists and photographers will tell you… “Nothing is safe on the Internet/” I am beginning to realize just how true …
Posted about 3 years – 20 comments

Image thief on Facebook

Hello Everyone; / THIS MORNING I WAS SHOCKED TO FIND MY MOST POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHIC PIECE POSTED ON THIS PERSON’S SITE. ACTUALLY, 28 PEOPLE HAD ‘SHARED’ IT FROM THIS SITE AND IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO FIGURE OUT HOW MANY OTHER PEOPLE HAVE SHARED ALONG THE WAY BY NOW, BECAUSE UNLESS SOMEONE IS A FRIEND OF OURS, WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO KNOW JUST WHO HAS SHARED IT.. / THE THING IS, I DO NOT…
Posted about 3 years – 82 comments

Closing a group

Hello everyone; / Just a quick note that we are closing down a group “Most Viewed images ~ 10,000 views or more” Recognition for most interesting and viewed images / When we first started up this group, we felt there was a need , but time has proven there is too little activity to keep it open. / Many thanks to all who joined and also to those who had reached that magical number. / Ma…
Posted over 3 years – 4 comments