Tim Denny

Green Bay, United States

Started photography in my mid teen years. Beginning with a Brownie Starmite camera taking slides. I continued advancing always improving...

Alert and Cautious

If you would like to contact me by E-mail you may at tdenny@new.rr.com

Tim was born and raised in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Tim is an enrolled member of the Oneida Tribe of Indians. The Oneida (both in New York and Wisconsin) are one of the 6 Iroquois nations.
The Oneidas have three clans – turtle, wolf, and bear. Tim is from the Turtle Clan
• Turtles teach patience and the importance of never giving up. Turtles are seen as strength and solidarity, old and wise, and are well respected.

• The wolf teaches the importance of using your ears and being watchful. They embody a strong sense of family.

• Bears are gentle and strong. Bears show that it takes more strength to NOT raise your hand to strike, compared to the impulse to strike.

My Website:

I am a self taught photographer begining at about the age of 16 taking colored slides.
I married my wife Gen in 1964, we have four children, Scott Denny (who is here at Red Bubble), Jack Denny, Melinda Denny (Deceased), Jacob Denny.

My photo interest are: Landscape, Wildlife, Zoos, Still photos, and Nature.

I have done photography in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, N Dakota,
S Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Arizona, Utah, N Carolina, Kentucky.

My choice of camera is the Canon Eos 7D.

Lens choices are Canon 70-200 mm
Tamron 200-500 mm
Tamron 28-70 mm
Ultra Wide Sigma 11-20 mm

Wolf Pack on the prowl.

Please Note:

The beauty that you might find in any of my work is the handy work of The Amighty Living God.
What you see in my portfolio is simply what He has shown me and given me the ability to bring it to you via Digital Photography.
All Honor and Glory go to Him and Him alone
Thank you.
Tim Denny

I started taking slides at a young age with a Borwnie Star Mite. Boy, gone are these days.

Below is a photo of me at age 17 in 1959, my then girlfriend who is my wife of 46 years took this photo at Wisconsin Dells, Wis.

I always wanted a SLR, but could never afford one. As the years past I finally got my first SLR which was a Canon A-1 Program later I got into the Canon T70, Canon T90, Canon Eos A2-E. My first digital was a Sony Cyber Shot. After some time shooting several digital images I took the leap and got the Canon Digital Rebel. Now I have moved up to the Canon Eos 30 – D which I have fallen in love with and is all the camera I need to give me the landscape photos I want. The Canon 30 – D gets 5 stars in my book. Yes there ones with more bells and whistles, but I find no need to up grade.

I give much appreciation and thanks to my wife over the many years putting up with the time I spent out in nature getting photos as she sat very patiently reading books.

I am not a professional by any means, but love using the talent of see photos in nature that God has given me, all Glory goes to Him. I have collected many slides, 35mm prints, and digital images over the years and hope to share many with all who visit my page here at Red Bubble.

If you feel good about my work please feel free to invite others to view them also.

My deepest thanks to all how view my work.

Below please find samples of my work below:

  • Age: 76
  • Joined: October 2007



Am I the only one having problems uploading ? / I get the photo, it says it is uploading, but there is nothing to show it is working and the photo never appears
Posted about 6 years – 6 comments

Featured in "High Quality Photos" / "In His Name

Thanks for featuring this photo. Same photo, but two different groups, appreciated
Posted about 6 years – 4 comments

Featured in "Images of Endearment" / "In His Name" / "The Birds"

Thanks for featuring the “White Crested Laughing Thrush” / It is assuming to me that one of my photos would be featured in three different groups at once. / Thanks Much
Posted over 6 years – 2 comments

Featured in "Even-toed Ungulates"

Thanks for featuring “Call of Revenge”
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