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Tag : nature photography

31 Jul 2018

Watching a Monster of a Monsoon

  Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with her husband, two children, and two dogs. Her artistic journey has taken many twists and turns but photography and writing have become the primary outlets for her artistic expression. She is an artist at Offset.com, Lensdrop and Adobe. Her work/photography has been published by National Geographic Your Shot, Lensbaby, Beyond the Wanderlust, and has been licensed for ads by Samsung and other companies for advertisements. Her best days are filled with loving and […]

05 Jun 2018

Into the Woods

Check out Offset’s curated collection “Into the Woods” for some forest/camping/nature inspiration.  I’m really honored to have my photo be the cover for this curated collection and to have several other images of mine included here with photographs taken by amazing artists. You can view the beautiful collection here: https://www.offset.com/sets/into-the-woods-82082324 Hopefully these photos inspire people spend some time in the woods and connect with nature.   Peace! Natalie resides in Peoria, Arizona, with her husband, two children, and two dogs. […]

25 Sep 2017

Buddha Beach, August 2017

Yes…I have already shared a lot of pictures from this day, from this spot on social media, but here are ALL of my favorites.  I love this place, these people, these dogs, and I feel so lucky to get to enjoy it all in the moment and behind my lens.  I used two lenses for this photo series: the Sigma 24mm f/1.4 art lens, and the Lensbaby Twist 60.  I am thrilled to be collaborating with Lensbaby for their “Journey […]

27 Jun 2017

Buddha Beach

Crawdads, tadpoles, rockslides, wonderful friends, hiking, and a red rock energy reset…so very grateful for this getaway to Buddha Beach, Sedona. Rock Slide Video   About the artist: Natalie’s primary goal as an artist is to evoke feeling through her words and photographs. Her artistic journey began long ago but it wasn’t until she entered her 30s that photography and writing became the primary outlet for her artistic expression. She likes to share the way she sees the world with […]

09 May 2017

Lensbaby Love: Hiking with the Clouds and Tunes

The desert always feels different after a night of rain.  This morning the sky was covered with big, beautiful clouds.  I hike most days, temperature permitting, and this morning I took my Canon along with me because I knew I’d find abundant inspiration in the rare clouds.  I used only my Lensbaby Edge 80, just to do something different.  My music inspiration was bascially a loop of Brandi Carlile’s “Turpentine” and a cover of her song “Late Morning Lullaby” by Shovels and Rope. […]

24 Apr 2017

Hear Me Now

Hear Me Now Hear me now, I’ll not be silent or still… lonely or left alone. Down a long road, so many years ago… fortune threw me a megaphone. Hear me now, your burden is mine… but I’ll not cry for it on my own. Lights turned low, but I’m louder still… darkness won’t shelter my sound. Up the highest peak, feet swept in sand… fingers pulling the clouds. Lights turned low, the curtains are closed… I’ll not scream but […]

17 Apr 2016

Cowgirl in the Sand

Art can be inspired by anything really, and for me it’s often music.  I find a lot of inspiration in songs and as I listen, I have visions of photographs. I recently took my daughter into the desert right by our house to let out her inner cowgirl.  The shoot was inspired by Neil Young’s “Cowgirl in the Sand.” She rocked it! So grateful that she indulges, and even enjoys my little inspired sessions. She makes a great partner in photography! “Hello cowgirl […]

18 Sep 2015

This past weekend we headed north to cooler temperatures and lots of lovely green to go forest camping. We were hoping to camp at a certain site where we had camped before, but when we found it, we discovered that the previous campers at the site had buried all of their trash and it had been uncovered by animals. Propane tanks, dirty diapers, and styrofoam plates (to name a few things) were scattered all over. It was so disheartening to […]