Published. The Nature Conservancy


I’m excited that The Nature Conservancy has licensed one of my images for its August issue. They featured three places, one of which was the ACE Basin National Wildlife Refuge in South Carolina – a favorite place of mine. 

For those of you who would like more information about this organization, here’s the link to their website: The Nature Conservancy

 

ACE Basin

ACE Basin

 

 

 

Nature Conservancy Lurie Photo

 

 

Nature Conservancy Magazine

 

 

“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.”

~John Muir

 

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94 comments

  1. You are truly talented girl. ❤
    Good luck. 🙂

  2. congrats on being featured – I also like the moss – 🙂

  3. Congratulations Jane. A lovely photograph. That Spanish moss is fabulous!

  4. CONGRATULATIONS! I have actually been to this place when visiting the Charleston area in the spring of 2015. (Lots of gators there!)

  5. This is so cool Jane ~ the shot is an amazing, striking photo. A wonderful capture and something I can see not just the Nature Conservancy being interested but other publications as well.

  6. Congratulations, Jane! Great to hear of your success in getting recognition for your work. It is well deserved!

  7. Congratulations on the licensed image, Jane. Don’t be surprised if they keep you in mind for a future project/article. Also, at least we know they do look at images. 🙂

  8. Hi Jane, am just catching up congratulations- well deserved!

  9. Jane Congratulations. Great work. Your published! Lynn

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  10. Congratulations from me ,too !
    kind regards, Jürgen

  11. Many congratulations Jane, MM🍀

  12. Oh wow, so excited for you Jane! Well done and congrats on the beautiful shot going to such good use!

  13. Congratulations, Jane! A marvellous photo – like all your photos are!

  14. Congratulations. They deserve to be published and even more in a publication with such a noble goal. ^_^

  15. Hi Jane,,,, Very proud of you for getting this photo published!!!!!!! Hope all is well,,,,will miss you on Kiawah.
    Smiles…. pamela

  16. Well deserved…..CONGRATS!!! a spectacular post…..U GO GIRL!!😜🍷

  17. That’s amazing Jane. Congratulations.

  18. Congrats Jane. Beautiful picture. I hope you have had a good summer. I am still in NC for a couple more weeks. Jennifer

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  19. Why am I not surprised????? Beautiful

  20. I am so proud of you!

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  21. Well done Jane……it’s always a good feeling when someone else recognises your work 😊

  22. Congratulations. Well deserved. I always enjoy your beautiful and thoughtful work.

  23. Congratulations, Jane!! Well deserved and TNC is one of my favorite organizations.

  24. Good job, Jane!

  25. Very cool and well deserved!

  26. A beautiful capture, Jane, and well-deserved recognition. Hurray for you!

  27. Outstanding. Congrats Jane. The Nature Conservancy is an excellent organization and this is a feather in your cap. Best, Babsje

  28. Nice going Jane, lovely place and a beautiful picture.

  29. Congratulations, Jane. 👏👍

  30. Congratulations on the feature, Jane. Wonderful news and so happy for you. Your landscape and nature images are stunning and you are going places with your photography 🙂 Ace Basin looks like such a peaceful place. Full of greenery and lush surrounds. No wonder it was featured in the magazine 🙂

    • Hi Mabel, Thanks very much for your encouraging words- much appreciated. This old rice plantation is on a gorgeous spot that attracts wonderful wildlife and a few mosquitos. 🙂 So glad you like the image.

  31. Impressive! Congratulations. ❣

  32. Awesome! Good for you.
    A beautiful image to share with nature lovers. Cheers!

  33. Congrats! Beautiful shot. K

  34. What a fantastic place and my congratulations !

  35. Congratulations Jane. Beautiful photo!

  36. Beautiful location ❤️

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