Here's Looking at You

May 02, 2022  •  1 Comment
WALKING ON THE WILD SIDE Here's Looking At You Imagine sitting quietly on the edge of a large body of water, patiently watching a loon way off in the distance as it gracefully navigates the waters. You are in awe of the loon as it dives underwater for minutes at a time, emerging hundreds of feet away from where it started. As you watch, the loon...
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Fishing Heaven

April 17, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
WALKING ON THE WILD SIDE Fishing Heaven Limited Edition Print by Lea.F Images Time to hear from my husband Scot Bealer again, as he is the fly fishing expert in the family it is only fitting that he tells the story behind this picture. Why tell the story behind the pictures you ask? Part of my vision as a photographer is to share the experie...
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Salad For Dinner

April 04, 2022  •  1 Comment
WALKING ON THE WILD SIDE Salad For Dinner Pika (Ochotona daurica) One of my favorite animals that lives in the high country above tree line is the Pika. These cute fuzzy critters are full of energy and just down right adorable. They are often mistaken as rodents but actually hail from the same family as a common household pet, the rabbit...
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Say Cheese

March 18, 2022  •  2 Comments
WALKING ON THE WILD SIDE SAY CHEESE Who says wildlife does not know how to smile for the camera? Limited Edition Print by Lea.F Images Today I would like to introduce my husband, Scot Bealer. Scot often accompanies me on my photography trips as two sets of eyes are always better than one when trying to locate wild animals. We have a...
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Great Western Show --March 17th -March 20th

March 07, 2022  •  Leave a Comment
WALKING ON THE WILD SIDE GREAT WESTERN LIVING AND DESIGN SHOW My first art show in Montana is quickly approaching. I am very excited and honored to be part of the Great Western Living and Design Show held in Great Falls, Montana ( Every year centered around Charles Russell’s birthday, March 19th, the town o...
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