Marilyn Feather


Your name

Marilyn Feather

A little about yourself, if you would like.

I have been “Photographing the Landscape” for 10 short years engaging in the following opportunities:

I’ll be at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area in October 2015.

While I was an Artist-In-Residence at Agate Fossil Beds National Monument (August 2014), I was able to immerse myself totally in my photography enjoying the solitude and open spaces of the Niobrara River Valley home to the globally famous 19.2 million-year-old bonebed in Carnegie and University Hills. My project entailed creating images to share and showcase what Agate is really like.

A member of National Photography Enthusiasts Group (NPEG) and the Coordinator for Michigan & Wisconsin were we Teach, Learn, Share and Socialize.

Founding member of FotoJunkies, where our goal is to bring together people who have a passion for photography and travel. Come travel with us and enhance your photography skills while having a great time! We photograph lighthouses, waterfalls, wild life, architecture, gardens, landscapes, models (posing & lighting) etc.

A member of Motor City Camera Club (affiliated with Greater Detroit Camera Council) where I have enjoyed opportunities to learn new tools and corroborate with fellow photographers in the “World of Photography.”

I am expanding my interests in photography to explore new visions of landscapes and events while only leaving footprints.

Park/Forests where you have been an Artist in Residence

Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area