Originating from Wisconsin, Reid Northrup retired after 35 years of working for a Fortune 50 company to pursue his love of photography. This led to him moving from the flatlands of the mid-west to the landscape photographer's paradise of North Carolina. While both the Blue Ridge Parkway and Great Smoky Mountain National Park are within close proximity, it is the 1000 plus waterfalls and creeks that have become the central focus of his portfolio. Reid is a regular at Light & Landscape, contrbuting both articles and compelling social media posts in our Facebook Group. Below is a collection of his most recent work, shot after an extended hiatus from photography forced by the pandemic. Enjoy!
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Travel + Landscape Photography Dilemmas
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