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Views of Nature Photography

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Views of Nature is owned by Nadine and Bob Dean. We have shared a lifelong love of the outdoors and started this enterprise to share that love, and our knowledge of outdoor photography, with others.  

Please direct any correspondence or questions to: or if you prefer good old snail mail, write to us at:
Views of Nature Photography
PO Box 270501
Louisville, CO 80027-0501  

Bob is a freelance nature and travel photographer who has been exploring and photographing for more than 50 years. His stock file includes images ranging from Alaska to Australia, South America to Europe and Asia. He has extensive experience in the western U.S., especially Colorado and California. To pass on his knowledge and expertise, he leads photo workshops and teaches beginning and advanced photography courses to private clients as well as through local organizations. These groups include the Rocky Mountain Conservancy, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Highlands Ranch Community Association, the Garden on Spring Creek in Fort Collins, Douglas County Libraries, High Plains Library District and Arapahoe Library District, as well as many local camera clubs. 

Published images and articles have appeared in magazines and newsletters including Falcon, Outdoor World, and several photo newsletters. He was an assistant editor and featured writer/photographer for First Light Monthly Newsletter for Nature Photographers.

Bob's non-photography career was as an engineering and marketing professional in the high tech world. 

Nadine brings an artistic eye and attention to detail to the business.  For the last 25 years she has shared her appreciation of animals and contributed to conservation education as a docent volunteer at the Denver Zoo. She retired from her career as a speech/language pathologist and is now devoting more time to these causes.  Most of her viewing is through a scope, with her camera as a tool for documentation of behavi

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