Free Gallery by: Judith W. Parker


member since June 21, 2005

As you can see, I love to capture the beauty of Nature, both grand and intimate. Photography brings me awareness and gratitude; I see more when I have my camera in my hand, as well as when I look at the work of other photographers.

I consider all my images to be gifts from Nature, especially the frog photographs. They are Pacific Tree Frogs, and they come to my rose garden in the summer and fall. I do not manipulate either the frogs or their portraits.

Thank you for visiting my Gallery; and, as the Navaho say, “May you walk in Beauty”

-Judith W. Parker

 Summer Garden

Summer Garden
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Very Tiny Bug

Very Tiny Bug
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Palouse Evening

Palouse Evening
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Grace

Grace
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 Morning Fog

Morning Fog
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Transformation

Transformation
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Hi There!

Hi There!
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Sapphire

Sapphire
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 Secret World

Secret World
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Color Washed

Color Washed
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Dried Flowers

Dried Flowers
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Sunflower

Sunflower
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 Frog in Rose

Frog in Rose
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Anemone

Anemone
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“Selective Focu...

“Selective Focu...
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Rainbow Moons

Rainbow Moons
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 Abstract

Abstract
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Molineux


Molineux
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Cosmic Bubbles

Cosmic Bubbles
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Balance

Balance
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 Heart of a Lily

Heart of a Lily
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Lavender

Lavender
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Ripples and Refle...

Ripples and Refle...
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Buttercup Dreams

Buttercup Dreams
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 Horse Pasture Lak...

Horse Pasture Lak...
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Please, Mom?

Please, Mom?
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Surprise!

Surprise!
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Scratch

Scratch
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 Dirt Bath Bliss

Dirt Bath Bliss
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Kicking Up His He...

Kicking Up His He...
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Busy...

Busy...
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Fragile Garden

Fragile Garden
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 Heron at Sunset

Heron at Sunset
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Beach Fort

Beach Fort
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Point Robinson Li...

Point Robinson Li...
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Snow and Shadow

Snow and Shadow
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 Slow Burn

Slow Burn
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Up, Up, and Away


Up, Up, and Away
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Castles in the Ai...

Castles in the Ai...
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Morning Light

Morning Light
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SouthWest Dawn

SouthWest Dawn
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Mesa Arch Sunrise

Mesa Arch Sunrise
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Abandoned Cabin

Abandoned Cabin
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 Cottonwood #1

Cottonwood #1
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Horse Pasture Lak...

Horse Pasture Lak...
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Horse Pasture Lak...


Horse Pasture Lak...
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Bear Creek

Bear Creek
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 Ranch Reflection


Ranch Reflection
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Bumble Bee and Ec...

Bumble Bee and Ec...
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Peekaboo!


Peekaboo!
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Sitting Pretty

Sitting Pretty
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 Where No Frog Has...

Where No Frog Has...
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All Wrapped Up

All Wrapped Up
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Too Many Frogs?


Too Many Frogs?
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High Ground

High Ground
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 Harbor Sunset

Harbor Sunset
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Rainy Day

Rainy Day
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Trickster

Trickster
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Labyrinth

Labyrinth
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 Japanese Anemone

Japanese Anemone
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Lady's Mantle

Lady's Mantle
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Granada

Granada
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Canary Vine

Canary Vine
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 Siberian Iris

Siberian Iris
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Rose with Dew

Rose with Dew
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Suspicious Snake

Suspicious Snake
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Move Over!

Move Over!
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 Sunset Ferry

Sunset Ferry
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Big Wheel

Big Wheel
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Bottoms Up!

Bottoms Up!
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Time To Leave?

Time To Leave?
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 Shy Frog

Shy Frog
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Baby Frog

Baby Frog
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Cozy Frog

Cozy Frog
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Summer Symbiosis

Summer Symbiosis
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 October Frogs

October Frogs
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White Spider

White Spider
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Beach Walk

Beach Walk
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Tide Pool

Tide Pool
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 Ruby Beach

Ruby Beach
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Merriman Falls

Merriman Falls
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Cascade Falls #2

Cascade Falls #2
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Spring Thaw

Spring Thaw
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 Grumpy Squirrel

Grumpy Squirrel
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Bio

I live in the woods on a rural island in Puget Sound with my husband and two cats. Our children are grown and we are enjoying our “golden years”.

Photography has always been on my “Things To Do While I Still Can” list, and I took it up as a serious hobby in the spring of 2004. I am a detail oriented person by nature, so close-up images are especially appealing to me.

Most importantly, I use my camera as a mindfulness tool; it is a way to quiet the chatter in my head, pay attention, and lose myself in the beauty of nature. My second goal is to express the beauty that I see, and the gratitude that I feel, as faithfully as I am able. Hopefully, as my skills improve, my work will become more and more consistent with the vision of my heart.

Thank you for visiting my Gallery; and, as the Navaho say, “May you walk in Beauty”.

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Copyright

Copyright for these photos belongs to Judith W. Parker

Images may not be copied, downloaded, or used in any way without the expressed, written permission of the photographer.