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Moonlit by Ben Shields
Toward the ATC by Ben Shields
Snow on Pettigrew by Ben Shields
City Sidewalks by Ben Shields
Durham Station by Ben Shields
The Durham by Ben Shields
Mothers and Sons by Ben Shields
Sometimes-Resident by Ben Shields
And The Bee by Ben Shields
The Real Stuff by Ben Shields
Looking Glass No. 11 by Ben Shields
Vasey's Trillium by Ben Shields
So Foggy by Ben Shields
Plains by Ben Shields
Ice Storm Leaf by Ben Shields
West Side of The Capitol by Ben Shields
One of Many by Ben Shields
Good Evening by Ben Shields
Fall and Fog by Ben Shields
Above the North Slope Trail by Ben Shields
American Tobacco Trail Bridge by Ben Shields
Sunflower in Mocksville by Ben Shields
Bee Balm by Ben Shields
Up Close and Personal by Ben Shields
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About Ben Shields
For the past several years, Ben has made his home in the Piedmont of North Carolina. Most of his photographs are shot throughout North Carolina, from the mountains to the coast, but are supplemented with images he has captured in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, Peru, and locations in the southeastern United States. Ben also has a collection of photographs from small town and rural portions of Kansas, where he was born and spent his childhood.
Ben hopes that his photographic work inspires people to slow down and pay attention to both the mundane and the unique, as both can be different for everyone. As a seasoned teacher and instructor of courses in anthropology and women's studies, and as an experienced writing consultant, Ben is equally enthusiastic about assisting people in sharing their knowledge and talents as he is his own.
Ben welcomes comments, questions, assignments, or requests at firstname.lastname@example.org, and thanks you for visiting his profile on Fine Art America.