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Meleah Reardon
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Photographer. Explorer. Adventurer.
Photographer. Explorer. Adventurer.

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This is long overdue, but I have finally launched my new website. Here is a one-stop place where you can find my ENTIRE collection of photos, organized by country, along with a link to buy prints in my Etsy Shop, licensing info, and links to my other social media profiles.

I am currently working to add all my photos to my Etsy shop too, but there are over 600 and it might take awhile. Meanwhile, I did add a custom puzzle listing which lets you turn any photo into a jigsaw puzzle. This one has been requested numerous times so I thought it was time to add it. More products coming soon such a mugs, cards etc.

http://www.meleahreardonphotography.com/

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From one of my late-night solo excursions, courtesy of my hubs. Sunset was nearly 10pm up there, so I was burning the candle at both ends to get both sunset and sunrise shots! Two Jack Lake is an impressive spot. I tried to get us a camping spot here, but it was full. Now I am glad, because while we were there (another campsite a few miles away), a grizzly bear attacked a tent along this lake. Let me tell you, camping in grizzly bear country is a whole new kind of camping for me. We could leave absolutely no trace anytime we left our campsite. Even pack a baby wipes left in the tent could attack bears. Sure kept us on our toes!


+Landscape Photography#landscapephotography #landscape #nature #sunset #reflection
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I almost didn't get this shot. I was feeling a little tired and lazy, and knew this shot would require waking at 4am, driving an hour, hiking a mile, waiting in the cold etc. My husband talked some sense into me and basically told me to suck it up. So he stayed back at the campsite with the kids while I trekked off on my own. So grateful for my husband who continues to support me, push me, and encourage even when the mom-fatigue threatens to take over. Of course, it ended up being an amazing, invigorating experience standing on this rock overlooking Moraine Lake at sunrise. There was an audible gasp from all the photographers around me when the rainbow appeared. It seemed too perfect to be true, and everyone just stood there in silence taking in the beauty of this incredible scene.
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The Spokane River rushes through downtown Spokane, which is actually pretty cool. Until 1891, Spokane was named Spokane Falls for this waterfall right in the heart of Riverside Park. This spot on Canada Island (renamed to a Salish name - snxw meneɂ - yeah I have no idea) is one of my favorites in Spokane. #landscape #cityscape #sunset +Landscape Photography
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Ahhhhh, I finally got out take some photos. It's been WAY too long. I pretty much hated winter last year. For some reason, I am finding it much more tolerable this time around. It's milder this year, for sure, but I think I'm just getting more comfortable with the idea of snow covering the ground for months. I'm also more confident driving in it, so that helps. And when the sun comes out, and it can be quite beautiful. +Landscape Photography +Sunset
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Here is another example of old material I am just now rediscovering. Originally a priory built by Augustinian monks sometime in the 12th century, Anglesey Priory later turned into Anglesey Abbey when Thomas Hobson converted it into a house in the 17th century. This country estate is now open to the public, and features a stunning “winter garden” every year.

https://www.etsy.com/MeleahReardonPhotos/listing/585196485
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I have said this before, but this is why I never delete my old images. I have taken thousands of photos, and I’m continually finding old material that gets overlooked for one reason or another. Such is the case with this photograph of Framlingham Castle in Suffolk, taken in January 2013. We didn’t live far this castle, set in the hometown of Ed Sheeran. It inspired his song “Castle on the Hill”, which makes me tear up almost every time I hear it on the radio.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/584845383
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