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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Feather on Montbretia by Robert Potts
Showy Gladiolus by Robert Potts
White Petal Gladiolus by Robert Potts
Three Gladiolus Blossoms by Robert Potts
Lily Up Close by Robert Potts
Two Tone Gladiolus by Robert Potts
Green Gladiolus by Robert Potts
Colorful Gladioli by Robert Potts
Anise Swallowtail Butterfly by Robert Potts
Small World Garden by Robert Potts
Lewis and Clark Snowstorm by Robert Potts
Broad-leaved Sweet Pea by Robert Potts
Red Gladiolus Petals by Robert Potts
Perched Cardinal Meadowhawk Dragonfly by Robert Potts
Perched Twelve-spotted Skimmer by Robert Potts
Rufous Hummingbird on Break by Robert Potts
Close Up White Gladiolus by Robert Potts
Female Rufous Hummingbird at Rest by Robert Potts
Pale Swallowtail Butterfly by Robert Potts
Intimate Passion Flower by Robert Potts
Lily Intimacy by Robert Potts
Bumble Bee on Trefoil by Robert Potts
Mossy Alder Logs by Robert Potts
Stargazer by Robert Potts
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About Robert Potts
What do you want to know about me? I purchased my first camera in 1978 because I was interested in birds. I gradually broadened my horizons. I worked as a seasonal Wildlands fire fighter and park ranger. I worked on various public lands from Everglades National Park in Florida to Olympic National Park in Washington.
I am not sure yet how all of this works, but I assume you can ask me questions through the contact feature.
So, what do you want to know?
I am currently using full frame digital cameras. I usually carry a tripod. I gravitate more toward primes than zoom lenses. I have a full arsenal of macro lenses. The 200 mm is my favorite. Some of the older images I have up-loaded are scans from medium format film, mostly Fujichrome Velvia 50.
I favor large, high-quality RAW files and good light.