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Photography in Federal Parks

BJNicholls

Salt Lake City, US
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BJNicholls Gold Member Awarded for his contributions to the community and the Resources Charter Member
Wed 29-Aug-01 10:19 PM

The worst part is the hypocrisy of how his photos are marketed. This is his artist's statement at his gallery website:

""Early in my life I turned to the motherblood of nature for my personal and spiritual growth. This relationship with the natural world has been my lifeblood. I am drawn to places of mystery where I feel at peace with the power of the Earth's spirit.

Over the past fifteen years, I have learned to use my photography as a voice for the gospel of nature. It is my goal and mission to communicate the mysterious connections we all share with this land and so I will continue to practice ways that bring us a little closer to the spirit of nature. These are the reasons why I have chosen to the a portrait photographer of God's creations"."

I think God sent the proofs back! Fatali's a talented photographer and marketer, but ethically challenged. Here's the gallery link, in case you want to know what images to avoid buying in the future:

http://www.fatali.com/index.html

BJ

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