Nature photography not my day job

I do take photos for a living (and write of course), but photo journalism is a lot different than nature photography. And taking pictures of nature, structures and other random things is a passion of mine.

When I have nowhere else to turn (of course I always have God), but I mean — on this earth — I often just pick up my camera.

God is the ultimate artist; all I want to do is show people — through my lens — the beautiful things He has created.

Can’t remember what I have posted and what I haven’t, but here is some of my work. You may see a duplicate or two – sorry.

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I can post more some other time. Thanks for looking guys! And God Bless!

Until next time friends,



About Imkjac

I love my work. I also love the following things: God, my boys, my family, dogs, cats, writing, photography, reading (a bit of a lit geek actually), cooking, being outdoors, hiking, fishing, film, music, Spotify, beards, tattoos, board games, TV (also a TV geek), Netflix, pajamas, antiquing, interior decorating (DIY), blankets, polar bears, art, food. I dislike these things: elevators, heights, unclear water, bridges. Thanks for reading my blog and hoping it brings some comfort and joy to others.
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3 Responses to Nature photography not my day job

  1. Diane Coleman says:

    I LOVE the fall tree and the clouds!!!

  2. Beautiful images!!! How do you find your inspiration? Or can I say what inspires you?

  3. Thanks butterfliezofhope. I guess just all the beauty around me inspires me. I really enjoy finding beauty in things the world claims is not … there is beauty in everything!! You just have to find it.

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