BetterPhoto Member: Kelvin S. Murphy


member since January 12, 2010

Arlington National Cemetery

-Kelvin S. Murphy

 Mother's Love


Mother's Love
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tulip portrait 2 ...

tulip portrait 2 ...
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treelight

treelight
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rainbowhills


rainbowhills
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 layered moon


layered moon
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log and leaves

log and leaves
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lotus blossom


lotus blossom
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golden lotus

golden lotus
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 the bee and the s...


the bee and the s...
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pink asian carpet...

pink asian carpet...
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red hibiscus

red hibiscus
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water lilly and d...

water lilly and d...
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 closer all the ti...

closer all the ti...
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Almost there

Almost there
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Preening

Preening
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Coming in for a l...

Coming in for a l...
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 Who asked for sno...

Who asked for sno...
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winter goldfinch

winter goldfinch
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singing a sweet s...

singing a sweet s...
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profile of an eas...

profile of an eas...
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 eastern bluebird

eastern bluebird
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song sparrow


song sparrow
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Paying respect


Paying respect
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sunrise on the oc...

sunrise on the oc...
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 yellow on red


yellow on red
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yellow on pink


yellow on pink
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Morning Heron

Morning Heron
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Resting on a hill

Resting on a hill
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 Peeling bark and ...

Peeling bark and ...
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They were all you...

They were all you...
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Bio

Hi, I'm Kelvin Murphy and am happy to be here. I started dabbling in photography while in the U.S. Navy with a Pentax Spotmatic II in the early 70's. Since the cost of film was high, my skills didn't improve much, and my interest in photography gave way to other things. In the 80's I was fortunate enough to travel the west of the US and began shooting slide film. Again, other interests took over my spare time and I didn't pick up a camera again until I got a Nikon D-80, my first digital camera. That experience didn't last long as now I realized there was such a thing as post-processing, a task I had no talent for. Now that I've retired I've had the time to take a couple of workshops and improve my processing skills. Hopefully those skills will improve over time as photography is now my main interest.

If you view my gallery, I hope you will find something you enjoy. My goal is to be able to capture images that speak to myself, and hopefully to you as well.

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