Members of RMOWP are scattered across the continent, come from all walks of life, and represent all levels of expertise. Some have been writers and/or photographers for most of their professional lives, some are exploring new venues of expression, and still others are just learning how to transfer their love of the outdoors into digital images or electronic prose.
Below are links to member’s websites and Facebook pages. Click on a logo or link to learn more about who’s who in RMOWP.
A freelance photographer, Dan has had images published in several magazines, teaches photography courses, and provides training in Adobe Lightroom. Dan is also a volunteer naturalist at the Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City, MO, and is active in Lions Club International,
Shannon, the face of the desert… © William Fields
Bill Fields is a freelance photographer from Hermann, Missouri. In addition to photo workshops and field trips, he has published one book, Herman Missouri — One of the Prettiest Towns in America and has another ready for publication The Four Directioins, A Southwestern Journey. Bill uses sepia and black and white to highlight the stark beauty of the southwestern landscape and its people. To see Bill’s work, visit his website, www.williamfieldsartphoto.com (or click the photo).
As owner of Yellow Wood Guiding, Jared offers private Photo Safaris, Wildlife and Nature Tours in Rocky Mountain National Park year round. Visit YWGuiding.com for more information.
Terry Guthrie’s website offers a collection of his nature photographs including fauna, flora, and landscapes.
The founder of Health Heart Soul, Cheyenne Mease has 25 years experience as an energy healer, teacher, speaker and intuitive life advisor. She offers practical wisdom for real living. For more information see www.cheyennemease.com.
Mary Alice Murphy is owner/editor/main reporter and sometime photographer for The Grant County Beat, a Grant County, New Mexico-based news website. It offers mostly local news with releases from around the state, plus a comprehensive calendar of events and just about everything you’d expect of a local newspaper.
Al Perry became interested in nature photography about 15 years ago. He recently took up cinematography, specializing in slow motion. Representative images for Al Perry are best viewed on his Facebook page.
To see what John has been up to photographically, look over his slide shows. They are available on YouTube and his galleries at Photodex.
Left: Gray Hairstreak by John Thornton, 3rd place, Fauna category, RMOWP 2013 Photography Contest.
Recently Cecilia Travis became interested in where people with reduced mobility can explore the great outdoors, and has a website to disseminate that information.