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Fishing from the Bank by Robert Brown
young Buck by Robert Brown
In The Reeds by Robert Brown
Napping on The Bayou by Robert Brown
Turtle on the bank by Robert Brown
Allgator Slide 2 by Robert Brown
Alligator slide by Robert Brown
Young Buck by Robert Brown
Riding the Train, by Robert Brown
Grazing by Robert Brown
Salt Lake 2 by Robert Brown
Park land by Robert Brown
Disorienting by Robert Brown
Salt Lake by Robert Brown
Walking the deck by Robert Brown
Good Morning by Robert Brown
Resting Bison by Robert Brown
Bison by Robert Brown
Down In The Valley by Robert Brown
Windmilll Farm by Robert Brown
Shaggy Beast by Robert Brown
Windmill Farm by Robert Brown
Abandoned Building by Robert Brown
Blue Lake by Robert Brown
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About Robert Brown
My road in photography has been a long and winding one. I got my first camera in 1963, a Polaroid land camera. I took it to the drag strip and started taking photos of cars. Soon after I acquired a Argus C3 . I enjoyed photographing the races and was starting to make a little profit when I got a Letter that said ï¿½Greetingsï¿½. So I joined the Air Force planning to get into Air born photography. They had different plans and I was a radar tect.
As the years went on I got married, had kids and working to support a family so I became an engineer, but photography was never far out of my mind. I did work for the company I worked for by doing photography for the company newsletter, special functions and some product photography part time.
Now I am retired and and photography is a full time hobby. I spent just about every waking hour with my camera. I enjoy nature photography and photographing my wife. After 40 years and a million photos she is getting tired of being in front of the camera.n...