Gwyn takes nature photos, wedding photos, and photos, photos, photos.
In this picture, she says, "My dad captured me watching a male osprey circling his territory. On top of the tallest tree was a large nest with a female and two young osprey. The storm clouds were just starting to roll in over Bass Lake at this time. We saw all the signs in Nature as animals were taking shelter and the fish stopped biting our baited hooks. Later that day, a storm stirred loudly, making quite a mess of fallen trees and downed powerlines. It was an awesome storm that ended with a magnificent rainbow.
Gwyn has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology, with an emphasis on Field Biology and a minor in Fine Arts. She is also a member of the Madison Herbal Institute in Wisconsin and an avid Nature Photographer
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