I like to think of flickr as my photographic scratch pad - a place for posting my pictures and ideas in progress. I also think of flickr as a great source of inspiration. I could spend all day looking at others' work here - and sometimes do. :-)

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    Ana V. Francés says:

    "amazing shots. Love all of them."

    January 18th, 2012

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    For Air says:

    "i get goosebumps looking at these beautiful captures of earth's landscape. i love coming back to see what is new and i am never disappointed. i see beauty in every picture."

    April 5th, 2008

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    The Other Pete says:

    "It's always a dicey matter to think you know someone through their work, but sometimes the work is enough. I'm continually grateful that I stumbled across Leah's work by way of a mutual friend. Not only is her stream a survey course in the history of photographic technology, but I'm constantly impressed at the ease with which she moves from incredibly engaging portraits of people to equally engaging portraits of "nothing" (like her recent forest shots).

    "Inspiration" isn't really the right word to describe what I find in Leah's photos. It's more like "reassurance.""

    October 19th, 2007

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    No. Nein says:

    "A photographic Persephone, Leah's exploration of the natural world exhibits a subtle, yet moving poetry that can only by rivaled by her quick wit and shrewd observations of man and his environment. In addition to traditional analog and digital media, you'll also discover that Leah has one of the most brilliant, engaging collections of polaroid images available online. Do yourself a favor: review her photostream, buy one of her prints and support a wonderful artist and person who doesn't suck."

    July 5th, 2007

February 2005
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leah morgan photography