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Help the Herd by Rebecca Samler
Frozen Tundra by Rebecca Samler
Happy Day in America by Rebecca Samler
Grace by Rebecca Samler
Still Standing by Rebecca Samler
Hope by Rebecca Samler
A Shoulder to Lean On by Rebecca Samler
Better Days by Rebecca Samler
Survivor by Rebecca Samler
Thanksgiving Rose by Rebecca Samler
Comfort by Rebecca Samler
Waiting for the Fog to Lift by Rebecca Samler
Autumn Campus by Rebecca Samler
Blaze of Glory - A Tribute to RBG by Rebecca Samler
Ray, a Drop of Golden Sun by Rebecca Samler
Race to the Finish by Rebecca Samler
One Last Fish by Rebecca Samler
Cosmos by Rebecca Samler
Nearing Fall by Rebecca Samler
Summer Sunset by Rebecca Samler
Mountain of Clouds by Rebecca Samler
Lake Erie Sunset by Rebecca Samler
Sunset by Rebecca Samler
Lilacs by Rebecca Samler
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About Rebecca Samler
Photography is a wonderful new paintbrush in my old artist's toolbox. All my life I've been drawing and painting and arranging objects without really knowing why. I just knew it was something I had to do. My way of expressing my world to others perhaps. As for my trusty camera, it was just something I carried along to record family history. Then, one day not too long ago, I picked up my Canon on a whim and started recording the beautiful world all around me...looking for patterns and colors and slices of light...and found joy! When I discovered that my work could actually bring joy to someone else, the feeling was unbelievable.
I start with a simple, well composed image. I spend hours creatively editing each piece until it speaks to me. Then, I send it off into the world, hoping someone understands. The best part of being a fine art photographer is the moment when someone reacts emotionally to my work. It can be in the form of a wistful smile, or a hushed compliment, or a sweet story of some memory sparked. All music to my senses. I feel blessed to be able to follow this passion of mine. I hope I'll be able to spend the rest of my days turning these pictures in my head into real, live pieces of art that make people smile.