Brent Fraser
  •   "Eagle Creek"
  •   "Mt. Shasta Sunrise"
  •   "Cannon Beach, Oregon"
  •   "El Capitan"
  •   "Delicate Arch"
  •   "Camp 6"
  •   "Mobius Arch II"
  •   "Mt. Gibbs, Yosemite"
  •   "Villach, Austria"
  •   "Clouds Rest"
  •   "To the Sea"
  •   "Drau River"
  •   "Oaks in the Fog"
  •   "Tulip"
  •   "Frosted Trees"
  •   "Goin' Fishing"
  •   "Mobius Arch"
  •   "Rodeo Beach"
  •   "Zabriskie Point"
  •   "Sands of Time"
  •   "McWay Falls"
  •   "Tunnel View Rainbow"
  •   "Bridalveil Falls"
  •   "Pfeiffer Beach Arch"
  •   "Bristlecone Pine Tree"

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 marthe said:October 21st, 2012 (9:02am) PDT
Brent thank you for taking the time to 'visit my gallery' and leave your kind words for 'Fall colours'. Much appreciated
 Lorenzo Cassina said:June 29th, 2012 (9:30pm) PDT
Hello Brent. Thank you for your visit and comment on my "Brown Pelican feathers." Appreciate your kind remarks. Browsing your gallery only one word comes to mind: stunning. Congrats on your great work! Lorenzo
 Neil Jolly said:May 9th, 2012 (12:25am) PDT
Thanks for the visit guy! A stunning portfolio you've got going here!
 Eva Lechner said:April 30th, 2012 (10:47am) PDT
Hi Brent,thanks for visiting!All your pictures are wonderful,I'm looking forward to seeing more of your work.
Brent Fraser
Copperopolis, CA
 Advanced Amateur

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Joined Dec 17th, 2011
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I really enjoy being out in nature and seeing the natural beauty around us. I love to explore with the camera and find images within the scene, whether grand or intimate. I hope my images help viewers be able to share in my experience and get a sense of the amazing things that Mother Nature is capable of.

Growing up in Montana, I spent a lot of time outdoors with my family. We would go camping every summer in amazing locations. Whether we were in Yellowstone or Glacier National Parks or up in the Canadian Rockies, there was an abundance of beauty all around. I spent a lot of time with a camera as a child, shooting whatever caught my eye. Looking at it now, it wasn’t much to look at, but lit the spark to where I am at today. It took me many years before I was able to couple my passion for nature with my desire to capture what I was seeing, with a camera. Although I am pretty much self-taught, I have been fortunate to work with some amazing photographers that have helped me to grow and understand the nuances of creating beautiful images. I have a fundamental belief that the learning never stops and when you stop learning, you stop growing. I am always seeking to learn new techniques and methods to improve my capabilities and further my ability to make great pictures. I hope you enjoy viewing my images as much as I enjoyed making them.

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