BetterPhoto Member: Mark Hodge


member since May 30, 2003

-Mark Hodge

 Dixie

Dixie
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Doctor My Eyes!


Doctor My Eyes!
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Frozen Drink


Frozen Drink
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Baby Walrus?

Baby Walrus?
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 Post Pumbaa!

Post Pumbaa!
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Pillar

Pillar
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SemiFlection

SemiFlection
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Walk Softly and.....


Walk Softly and.....
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 FlashLight Prayer...


FlashLight Prayer...
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..for the long ha...


..for the long ha...
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911


911
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Round N Round


Round N Round
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 Demo Humor!

Demo Humor!
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Sleeping Demo


Sleeping Demo
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DownRail


DownRail
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Work Stairs


Work Stairs
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 Smokey Da Bear!

Smokey Da Bear!
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Sherrie Steen

Sherrie Steen
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1/4 Dome


1/4 Dome
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- PutPutBlues -


- PutPutBlues -
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 - Sight beyond -

- Sight beyond -
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JordanX3

JordanX3
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A Little Coaxing


A Little Coaxing
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Wait for me!

Wait for me!
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 Alien Quartet

Alien Quartet
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Godzilla!


Godzilla!
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- Vivid -

- Vivid -
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33% Recycled Barn...

33% Recycled Barn...
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 Cody

Cody
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ColorRain

ColorRain
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JordanX2


JordanX2
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Max

Max
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 Huck Finn?

Huck Finn?
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Jordan

Jordan
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DomeUP


DomeUP
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Afternoon Dome

Afternoon Dome
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 Ivory Falls

Ivory Falls
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Preview

Preview
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Bio

I have always been a casual photographer. Always taking quantity with very little quality. All that changed when I purchased my digital camera. I have been working hard to improve the quality of my shots. For the first time I have feelings about how I think a picture should look, not just how they are. I have also noticed that a good shot can make someone feel beautiful and happy, make them laugh or make them think.

"Photography as in life should be accomplished with a varied perspective"

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Copyright

Copyright for these photos belongs to Mark Hodge

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