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Caption: Ann and Rob Simpson are nature photographers and authors of numerous books mostly with a national park theme; Shenandoah, Great Smoky Mountain, Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon. Their background as professors in biology give their photography an in-depth quality. They have travelled extensively to photograph some of the earth's rarest animals, plants and habitats. Their photos have a sense of place including how we as humans fit into the environment. They regularly lead natural history photo tours to some of the most dramatic exciting exotic places on earth. Ann and Rob were the premiere pro photographers for Canon and the American Park Network's Photography in the Parks program. They travelled throughout Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon and the Great Smoky Mountain National Parks giving hands on photo field trips and an evening lecture on nature photography. Canon supplied equipment for the participants to use and each person got a CD of the images they took. The Simpson's also teach Nature and Wildlife Photography courses at Lord Fairfax Community College for the Careers Program Certificate in Outdoor and Nature Photography. The Simpson's use flash extensively and emphasize this in their classes. Their photography ranges from big telephoto wildlife to the most minute slime molds whose colorful intricate shapes can only be appreciated when blown up with a special 1x to 5x macro lens. They frequently use ultra wide angle lenses for scenic photography and teach students how to employ the hyperfocal distance for maximum depth of field. Nature, outdoor, scenic, travel and wildlife photographers. USA; Virginia, VA, , 500 mm and 600 mm telephoto lens on Wimberley Sidekick and Wimberley Head, Bogen Manfrotto and Gitzo Tripods., PortraitAnnRobSimpson_AnnRobSimpson__MG51556184152Dzhpbb.tif
Location: Virginia, VA, United States of America
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1932 E Refuge Church Rd.
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Urubamba Market, Colourful fruit and vegetables line up alongside large sacks of flour, grain, potatos, sea weed and dried fish which teeter beside rows of slaughtered guinea pig, chicken and beef ready for cooking. this is the farmers' market where locals buy their groceries. Urubamba, possibly from in the Quechua spelling Urupampa, flat land of spiders, is a small town in Peru, located near the Urubamba River under the snow-capped mountain Chicón. Located one hour from Cusco, Urubamba is the largest town in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. It is also located near a number of significant ruins of the Inca Empire, including Machu Picchu. The sparse remains of the Inca palace, Quispiguanca, are within the town. Tourists often come through the town on their way to visit these sites.Peru, South America, PERU_A037669.jpg
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Urubamba Market, carrots, Colourful fruit and vegetables line up alongside large sacks of flour, grain, potatos, sea weed and dried fish which teeter beside rows of slaughtered guinea pig, chicken and beef ready for cooking. this is the farmers' market where locals buy their groceries. Urubamba, possibly from in the Quechua spelling Urupampa, flat land of spiders, is a small town in Peru, located near the Urubamba River under the snow-capped mountain Chicón. Located one hour from Cusco, Urubamba is the largest town in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. It is also located near a number of significant ruins of the Inca Empire, including Machu Picchu. The sparse remains of the Inca palace, Quispiguanca, are within the town. Tourists often come through the town on their way to visit these sites.Peru, South America, PERU_A037577.jpg
© Ann & Rob Simpson