de Len Holland
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This is a collection of nature and landscape photographs I have taken over a 30+ year period. It's just the very start. I have so much more to show. But, rather than simply showing the photographs, I decided to write cutlines describing what I felt, what I thought, what I observed, before and during the actual capture. A large amount of my photography was created alone, but a substantial amount was shot nearby, while my family was young, growning up and maturing. So it was only natural to feature my family in this book, because their experience of nature and the out-of-doors gave me reason and purpose to get out and photograph. This book is a sample of what I though and felt as I pursued my photography. It's a photography book. But, even more, it's a celebration of my family, most importantly.
Len Holland is a professional photographer, writer, editor and executive consultant. He is Manager with the AEIC, an association of public and private electric utilities. He has been working with AEIC for over 27 years. Additionally, he is retired from Alabama Power Co. after serving 32 years. At Alabama Power, he held management positions in the Advertising & PR Department's advertising and internal communications areas, Corporate Training Department and other corporate units. He initiated and managed the Media Production Group, providing graphic, photographic, editorial and television production services. His photography has been published in Country, Blue Ridge Country, Petersen's Photographic, Reminisce, Powergrams and other magazines; as well as in calendars, advertisements, brochures, annual reports, travel guides, corporate books. His photography is held in private, professional, corporate and governmental collections.