Thanks for visiting my home page. The photos posted here tell the story of my evolution as a photographer. Since buying my Nikon D80 SLR in 2007, I have tried to be a serious student of the craft of photography. Although I have grown in my skills over the last 8 years, I am aware that I am not yet where I want to be.

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Guestbook for R Clegg Photography
All the photos have a classic touch especially the decayed collection. The black and white colour combination makes them all a classy one. I loved them all. You are so talented in the photography. All the photos are awesome not a single one to point as bad.
Awesome pictures and great work! I especially love the macro shots.
4.Mark Redstrom(non-registered)
Great work Randy! Always super-impressed with all the amazing photos you take. So glad you were able to take some family pictures for us late last year. Can't wait to have some more done very soon! Great job!
3.Monty Oliver(non-registered)
The Georgia Appalachian Club that I a member of has a group of camera nuts that meet at different times of the year and do photo hikes. Terry has a Nicon SLR and I am trying to get her to on the next outing. We can share hopefully.
2.Karen Richter(non-registered)
You are so good. I love them all. Wish I could master my camera, but I don't have the patience. Good luck!
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