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I live in Ft. Myers, FL , after 17 years in Denver, CO and 10 in Wash., DC before that.

 

I sell my photographs at art shows and to stock photography companies under my company name, Wild Images Florida. If you are interested in purchasing my images, please visit

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Current equipment: Canon 5D Mark III, 7D, 500mm f/4 telephoto, 70-200 f/2.8 zoom, plus 1.4x and 2x Canon teleconverters. My tripod is a Gitzo 1325G outfitted with a Mongoose M3.6 head.

 

Oh, and a blue Hurricane Phoenix 140 kayak.

 

If I have a tag attached to a photo reading "kayak", then I used one to make the photo. Otherwise, it was taken from land.

 

**NOTE: I appreciate your visits and comments! I am sorry I don't have time to respond in kind to everyone.

 

Groups: I am happy to be invited to groups that are nature related, or general interest groups that require no more than one comment per invited picture. That's only fair1

 

Many groups request multiple comments per invitation, or make it a requirement that you invite others to join their group. I DO NOT participate in these groups. Please refrain from inviting me to join them. Thanks!!

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  • JoinedJune 2005
  • Occupationsr. technical writer, Sun Microsystems
  • HometownPhilly suburbs, Denver
  • Current cityFort Myers, FL
  • CountryUSA
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Geoff, I want to tell you how much I appreciate your beautiful wildlife photography....Thank you for sharing it with us so we can view your images on line. Wowza What a treat! I also appreciate your photography tips which are a great help to those of us that are working on our wildlife photography. You are helping … Read more

Geoff, I want to tell you how much I appreciate your beautiful wildlife photography....Thank you for sharing it with us so we can view your images on line. Wowza What a treat! I also appreciate your photography tips which are a great help to those of us that are working on our wildlife photography. You are helping us to grow as photographers! Thank you!

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June 5, 2013