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Featured Photographer – Maria Delaney

WOW! It’s October already! Where has this year gone? Our Featured Photographer today is Maria Delaney! Here’s what Maria has to say about herself —

Sharing my images and some of my once in a lifetime shots with everyone has become one of my passions. I enjoy capturing the intense colors just before the sun peeks out and brightens the beach and marshes as well as the beautiful sunrises.
I am a published and an award winning photographer who calls Pawleys Island, SC home. My photographs depict glorious nature scenes, beach residents, wildlife, and city scenes that are viewed around the world. My husband and I are S.C.U.T.E. volunteers dedicated to sea turtle conservation. A portion of the sale proceeds from turtle images are used to educate people about these endangered species and to support the adoption of an injured sea turtle.

Four of my photos, Breach, Frolicking, Lunch Time, and Volcano were selected and are being immortalized on the cruise ship, The Royal Princess.
I am a member of the Carolina’s Nature Photographers Association and am on the Board of Directors for Seacoast Artist Guild and the Seacoast Mall Gallery Director at Murrells Inlet.

Here are a few images Maria has chosen to share with us:

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Volcano Pink Glory Lunch Time Frolicking Breach


Also posted in art and entertainment, CNPA, Featured Photographer, outdoor, photography, Seacoast Artists Guild, South Carolina

Day 56

Went over to Veterans Pier this afternoon. The mid-day light was not the best for photography, but the tide was right for pelicans and other birds to be fishing for a meal. It was fairly cloudy but just as I got there, the clouds blew away. Was fortunate to get some “aerial” photography!  Here are a couple for you to enjoy:

Also posted in flight, Folly Beach, inlet images, murrells inlet, South Carolina