August 9, 2017

Emerald Baby

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August 9, 2017
Emerald Baby

Species: passerine/zosteropidae | Location: West Coast, United States

This juvenile Japanese white eye gets ready to fly off of the bench of a rainbow showers tree in Haiku, on Maui in Hawaii.

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About The Photographer

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Over the past three decades Tracy has built a successful career in photography. She has worked for newspapers, TV stations and magazines across the United States. She studied art and photojournalism in college while working in the field. She graduated from DePaul University in Chicago and received her Bachelor of Art, cum laude. Her work has garnered numerous state and regional awards. As a photojournalist, she covered major events such as 9/11, presidential debates, as well as numerous presidential political campaigns. She served as a Regional Clips Chair. She has also worked as a photographer using her unique photojournalistic style in private industry. Tracy has brought attention to social issues such as homelessness and the institutional maltreatment of the disabled through her work. She has spanned the globe capturing meaningful images that bring the past in focus and nature in reach. Her unique vision brings a sense of tranquility and belonging, while honoring that we all have our personal journey.

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