Free Gallery by: Mitchell S. Speert


member since October 16, 2007

-Mitchell S. Speert

 Call Me Sir!


Call Me Sir!
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Pettite Kingbird


Pettite Kingbird
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Gus

Gus
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Bird's Eye Vi...

Bird's Eye Vi...
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 Capybaras at Play

Capybaras at Play
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Baby 'bara


Baby 'bara
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Llama Lounge

Llama Lounge
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Scout


Scout
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 Beware of Watchca...

Beware of Watchca...
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Peek-a-Boo Panda


Peek-a-Boo Panda
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Prairie Dog Profi...


Prairie Dog Profi...
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Where'd this ...

Where'd this ...
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 Look!  The People...

Look! The People...
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Happiness is a Wa...

Happiness is a Wa...
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Concrete Gator

Concrete Gator
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Sky Flowers

Sky Flowers
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 RR Crossing Light...

RR Crossing Light...
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The Deere is Near

The Deere is Near
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Hidden Barn

Hidden Barn
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Abandoned Beauty

Abandoned Beauty
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 Wood Washer

Wood Washer
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Path to Nowhere

Path to Nowhere
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Teeing Off

Teeing Off
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Swamp Tree

Swamp Tree
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 Swamp Fern

Swamp Fern
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Pink

Pink
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3 Tail Cat Tail

3 Tail Cat Tail
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Lone Sentry

Lone Sentry
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 Blue Mill Pond in...


Blue Mill Pond in...
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Harvest Time


Harvest Time
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Bio

Originally a serious 35mm & slide film photographer concentrating on landscape/nature (pleasure), documentary/photojournalism (business), and motorsports photography (a mix of pleasure & business), I had won several amateur competitions and been published in numerous newspapers and magazines.

I recently stepped away from film for a few years to refocus on digital (no pun intended). I'm now relearning the craft and rediscovering the joy of photography in the digital age through my new concentration on wildlife, landscapes, and hardscapes.

"Hardscape" is my own term meaning human elements within a natural setting. Examples of this would be:
- RR tracks through the woods
- Thresher wheels set against the sky to look like metal sunflowers
- A winding mountain highway
- A concrete/metal sculpture in a flower garden
- The remains of abandoned homes being slowly reabsorbed back into nature by the overgrown vegatation.

Eventually I will take on the overwhelming task of scanning my old film and slide prints to digital but for now please enjoy my more recent all-digital prints here.

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