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Jeff Goulden

Jeff Goulden

Edgewood, WA

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Nature, Wildlife and Landscape Photography

www.JeffGouldenPhotography.com

Check out Jeff's entries in the National TV Photo Contest (first 3 pictures on the right) and please vote using the following links:

The Mittens and Merrick Butte

Snowy Owl Perched at Sunset

Palouse Wheatfield

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Nature has been a source of inspiration in my life for as long as I can remember. The early morning glow on the mountains, a sunset over the water and the melody of the birds always bring me feelings of joy, peace and serenity. Nothing inspires me more than exploring remote areas, communing with nature and capturing its perfection with my camera. Photography is my way of sharing my love of the natural world. Experiencing solitude in the wilderness, observing wildlife in its native habitat, and photographing nature's ever-changing moods; this is what inspires me.

In this website I've combined my 50 year passion for photography and my love of nature, creating a portfolio that strives to reveal nature in its pure and simple beauty.

 
 

The Mittens and Merrick Butte at Sunset

 
 

Snowy Owl Perched at Sunset

 
 

Palouse Wheatfield

 
 

Curve-Billed Thrasher on a Prickly Pear Cactus

 
 

Elderly Couple Walking a Dog

 
 

Rock Outcrop Overlooking Crater Lake

 
 

Elephant's Feet Rock Formation

 
 

Loggerhead Shrike

 
 

Hoary Marmot on a Boulder

 
 

Female Greater Scaup

 
 

Yellow-Rumped Warbler

 
 

Male House Sparrow

 
 

Blue Heron with a Snake in its Bill

 
 

Indian Paintbrush

 
 

False Hellebore in the Evening Light

 
 

Clark's Nutcracker in a Fir Tree

 
 

Large Boulder Deposited by a Glacier in an Alpine Meadow

 
 

Weathered Fir Snag Growing on a Boulder

 
 

Mountain Goat Kid Standing on a Boulder

 
 

Mount Stuart in the Fall

 
 

Fall Colors at Redrock Lake

 
 

Leopard Lily in Bloom

 
 

Upper Grinnell Lake and Glacier

 
 

Bighorn Ram

 
 

Mount Stuart and Headlight Basin in the Fall