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After many years as a photographer in New York and New Jersey, I retired in the State of Pennsylvania. There I became a member of a Gallery in the town of Stroudsburg.
In September 2003 I left Pennsylvania and headed south and settled in Gainesville, Florida. There I started my life over as a wildlife photographer at Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park. It's a 21,000 acre wildlife Preserve. There I spend most of my time documenting nature as it happens. It's a life learning experience that we should all witness for a better understanding of life.
" With my camera I hope to show how important our environment is for all life and how every species has a purpose."
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Don, good morning, lovely gallery sir. i'm going to be in your area friday march 14th, was wondering if you might be around, and interested in shooting... or if not, maybe i could touch base with ya.. via phone.... best regards Don Hamilton Jr. I'm in the process of a new website listed below.... see below... Boca Raotn, Fl 33433 http://500px.com/DonHamiltonJr
I still miss Dom so much ... he was such a presence at the La Chua Trail and so generous in sharing his vision of the Prairie he loved. I bring international students here often and he always took time with them, letting them look through his lens to see what he did as the Great Blue Heron made its nest, for example. No one took better or more gorgeous photographs of the flora and fauna on the Prairie. I revisit this website from time to time and share the URL often. He certainly left us an incredible legacy of one of our Central Florida treasures. Thanks always, Dom.