Nature photography is one of the most beautiful art forms in the world. But, it can be very difficult, mainly because the photographer rarely has much control over the situation. Even so, there’s something liberating about being in nature. Going outside in the sunshine and fresh air can actually boost energy and it’s good for the body, mind, and soul.

Take a walk and take your camera along! Photography is the perfect diversion during this time of social distancing. With more than 20 miles of scenic walking trails on 2 expansive campuses, resident photographers have an amazing opportunity to spend time photographing the great outdoors.

The photos below were taken in our community by passionate resident photographers.

Photo by Willow Valley Communities resident, Ann Ratcliffe

 

Owl photo by Willow Valley Communities resident, Phil Tate

 

Water lilies by Willow Valley Communities resident Phillippa Lammey

 

Turtle by Willow Valley Communities resident, Sally Goodhart

 

Rainbow fountain by Willow Valley Communities resident, Deborah Ferrone

 

Heron by Willow Valley Communities resident, Phillippa Lammey

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