Paul V. Gorky [PVG Photography]

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BIOGRAPHY
My first SLR was a Nikon Nikkormat, which was purchased back in the early 70's and spent many years traveling around with me. Despite having taken hundreds and hundreds of pictures and countless hours doing B&W work in my darkroom, I consider myself very much a novice photographer. I have recently (fall of 2007) made the switch to digital, with the purchase of a Nikon D80, matched up to Nikon's 18-135 af DX lens. Between learning all of the nuances of digital photography and trying to become more adept with my editing software (Capture NX2), I'm finding that being "Creative" is something that one never stops learning.

Country: US

GALLERIES

Single Photos

Flowers

Into the Night

Architecture

Nikon Wednesday Submissions

If I were a Bee

PHOTOS

"The Answer is Blowing in the Wind"

Prairie Smoke

Taking Flight

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Natures Fireworks (1)

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Puzzeling

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Charlotte Amalie Harbor

Fire in the Sky

Beautiful Day

Cooperative Grasshopper

Spreading My Wings

lemonade stand

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Getting my ducks in a row

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Prairie Sunset

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flower macro bee

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100 year old persimmon tree

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Autumn Walk

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Urban Beach

Water Colors

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City Lights

Remembering

After the Storm