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Giant Crested Flycatcher by Sally Sperry
Spectacle Reef Lighthouse 2 by Sally Sperry
Life is Good by Sally Sperry
Rest in Peace by Sally Sperry
Dang, Day is Done by Sally Sperry
A Bit of Pollen by Sally Sperry
Monarch Proboscis by Sally Sperry
Vespers by Sally Sperry
Florida Color by Sally Sperry
Florida Canal by Sally Sperry
A Day of Adventure by Sally Sperry
Intoxicating by Sally Sperry
Dun Skipper by Sally Sperry
Nose in the Air by Sally Sperry
Eying the Prize by Sally Sperry
Ready for Take Off by Sally Sperry
Gotta Have It by Sally Sperry
The Prize by Sally Sperry
Savoring Dinner by Sally Sperry
Viper's Bugloss by Sally Sperry
The Road to the Wetlands by Sally Sperry
Hungry and Impatient by Sally Sperry
Meadowhawk by Sally Sperry
Elfin Whiteface Skimmer by Sally Sperry
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About Sally Sperry
I am a 1969 graduate of the University of Denver. I graduated with a degree in art and a degree in elementary education. I married and moved to Mount Vernon, Ohio where I worked as an elementary school teacher and then as the District Technology Coordinator. I received my masters degree from Ashland University in educational technology. In 2011 I retired and moved to southern Florida where I currently reside.
I have always loved photography. I have also always loved nature, finding it beautiful and fascinating. Now I finally have the time to put my love of photography and nature together. I spend my summers in northern Michigan on an island that is still mostly unspoiled by progress. During my winters in Florida, I am finding nature preserves everywhere. These places offer me a constant interaction with the world of nature.
My photography is a work in progress. I continue to experiment to find new perspectives from which to view the world. It is these new perspectives that I wish to share with others... a bug's eye view, the lens underwater or partially underwater. I am always looking for new ways to look at things and that is what makes it so much fun. The results are often surprising and exciting.
I have two wonderful children. My son, his wife and their children live west of Port Huron, Michigan. My daughter and daughter-in-law live in Boynton Beach, Florida. I have four terrific grandchildren. My blessings have been many and they just seem to keep coming.