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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.
1551 Giraffe by Steve Sturgill
1550 White Rhino by Steve Sturgill
1549 African Elephant by Steve Sturgill
1548 Feeding Cheetah by Steve Sturgill
1547 Canyon Reflection by Steve Sturgill
1544 Heaps Canyon by Steve Sturgill
1546 Sunlit Tree by Steve Sturgill
1545 Virgin River by Steve Sturgill
1543 Altar of Sacrifice by Steve Sturgill
1542 Oxbow Bend by Steve Sturgill
1540 The Watchman by Steve Sturgill
1539 Sunset Over Watchman by Steve Sturgill
1538 Canyon Overlook by Steve Sturgill
1537 Virgin River Reflection by Steve Sturgill
1536 VIrgin River by Steve Sturgill
1535 The Watchman by Steve Sturgill
1534 Tower of the Virgin by Steve Sturgill
1533 Canyon Overlook Zion National Park by Steve Sturgill
1531 Portland Lighthouse by Steve Sturgill
1511 Peggy's Cove Reflection by Steve Sturgill
1513 Smoky Mountain National Park by Steve Sturgill
1512 Peggy's Cove by Steve Sturgill
1524 Glacier Point by Steve Sturgill
1523 Tunnel View by Steve Sturgill
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About Steve Sturgill
My love of photography began when I moved to Arizona in 1999. You learn to truly appreciate the beauty of nature when you are surrounded by the spectacular scenery in Sedona, Monument Valley, The Grand Canyon and Saguaro National Park. I recall purchasing a Canon Rebel before my first trip to the Grand Canyon. My hope was to take a part of this incredible wonder of nature home with me.
As with most artists, I was influenced by many of the great photographers of yesterday and today. Among them are, Ansel Adams, Thomas Mangelsen, and Peter Lik. Each of these artists have the incredible ability to replicate the beauty of nature through their camera. This is what I strive for – to bring you as close as possible to the feeling of actually being there.
Moving back to the Midwest in 2003, along with a trip to Italy, helped me realize that there is natural beauty in every corner of the world and that we must take the time to appreciate it. I hope that these photos encourage you to get out and see this beautiful world that we live in.