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Sunset at Morse Lake by Sophie Doell
Stormy Sunset at Blacktail Plateau by Sophie Doell
Storm Clouds Over Devils Tower by Sophie Doell
Firehole Falls by Sophie Doell
Badlands Wild Sunflowers by Sophie Doell
Devils Tower at Sunset and Moonrise by Sophie Doell
Fiery Sunrise at Glacier National Park by Sophie Doell
Two Medicine Lake Sunrise by Sophie Doell
Smoky Sunset by Sophie Doell
Majestic Reflection by Sophie Doell
Sunset in Yellowstone Grand Canyon by Sophie Doell
Under the Golden Canopy by Sophie Doell
Sunrise Lake Rendezvous by Sophie Doell
Rock House at Hocking Hills OH by Sophie Doell
Downtown St Louis Old Courthouse by Sophie Doell
Downtown St Louis by Sophie Doell
Cloudy Sky Over Kansas City by Sophie Doell
Atlanta City Lights by Sophie Doell
Meditative Sunset by Sophie Doell
Nashville Night Life by Sophie Doell
Hard Rock Cafe Nashville by Sophie Doell
About Sophie Doell
Thank you for visiting my website and taking the time to get to know a little bit about me. I have loved photography ever since I was given my first camera when I was about 10 years old. A whole new world opened up for me through the camera lens. I loved being able to capture what I saw and sharing it with others. I learned photography mostly through trial and error, as most kids learn to do things. I would go to the library and borrow books on photography. I was inspired by Ansel Adams' work, and dreamed of one day being able to create images with such impact on the viewers.
When I took a photography class in high school, I learned to use photography as an art form. It empowered me to communicate to the world through the images I create. I discovered that through photography, I can touch people in ways that words sometimes fail to do. Photography then became more than just a hobby. It became a way for me to interact with people, like talking and singing, a way for me to express myself.
I continued in the art of photography for many years. As I journeyed through life and became a wife and mother, and as the responsibility and expense of raising children grew, the resources and time I had for photography gradually diminished. A quarter of a century passed, and in 2011, after a career as a mom raising and homeschooling 6 children, I now have time for photography again.
So here I am, having a great time learning from many generous photographers more advanced than I am who have been kindly sharing their knowledge and expertise with me. Nothing would give me more joy than to keep learning about photography, to take more photos, and share what I see through the lens with the world.
So, thank you for coming to my website and allowing me to touch you in some way. I hope you will come along with me as I continue to develop as an artist who paints with light.