I am a published author and award winning nature photographer.   My book entitled Tales From the Trips: How I Grew to be a Father is available online at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and I-Universe. Oregon libraries that have purchased copies include-Multnomah County, West Linn, Canby and Milwaukie (Ledding).  I will have a small amount of signed paperback copies to sell in local art shows featured on this website’s blog. Coantact me at 503-631-8289 or e-mail me at bobthenatureguy@gmail.com for book or photograph orders. My photo of an African wildebeest was 1 of 50 finalists out of 10,000 submissions in the World Wildlife Fund’s 50th Anniversary Photo contest.  Besides his art,  I lead nature field trips to metropolitan Portland, Oregon regional parks and volunteer with the Three Rivers Artist Guild.  My wife, Carol, of 36 years is a fused glass artist and we have two grown children and one grandson.  My latest book to be published in 2013 by Outskirts Press is an autobiography called My Best Teachers:Father Time and Mother Nature.  Look for it soon on Amazon and other major online book sellers.


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  1. Bob is an award winning photographer and writer. He photographs nature in national parks all over the world. His upcoming book entitled Tales From The Trips: How I Grew To Be A Man is his first book. His travel memoir will be published soon by I-Universe. It contains 25 pictures taken in Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, US Virgin Islands, Alaska, Oregon, California, New Mexico,and Colorado. Most of the book’s photographs appear on his new website http://www.bobthenatureguy.wordpress.com.

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