Nancy Honeycutt

I obtained a Ph.D. in neuropsychology in 1995 and currently conduct neuro-imaging research in Baltimore, MD. Although my work is interesting, I found that I needed a creative outlet. In 1998, photography became just that.

My favorite subjects to photograph are animals. Not only am I in awe of their beauty (yes, even vultures), but I find that I see a little more of myself when my eyes meet those of an animal. To me, catching that moment on film is thrilling. I also tend to photograph sunsets, (and sunrises if I can manage to get up that early), natural landscapes, people (when they aren't posing) and, well, just about anything that catches my eye.

My father taught me that one could find wonderment and awe in just about anything and that sometimes it just takes a different perspective in life to discover the wonder in life. I am grateful for the lessons he taught me and have applied his advice to photography as well as life in general.

I hope you enjoy my work. I am pleased to be a part of a website that is truly trying to make a difference in our environment and in our world.

Please feel free to email me: #email#

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