Into the BEAUTY

January 2011
Guideposts;Jan2011, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p58
In this article the author discusses how his problem of fused knees due to pain and swelling led him to stay in home. He shares his experiences of clicking pictures of birds who had landed on the bird feeder in his porch and then at Merced National Wildlife Refuge in California. He further discusses how it inspired him for a new beginning in life as a professional nature photographer.


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