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Bob Whitt

Bob Whitt

Miami, FL

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Bob Whitt

The earth is a wondrous place; it fascinates me. Its evolving magic fills me every day. I think there has been no place on earth where I have set my focus that I have not seen some beauty. The sparkle in a bird's eye in the morning sun, the green glow of moss on a garnet colored rock, the hues of color in the setting sun to the awe inspiring green flash as the sun sinks below the horizon. Indeed, a baby's laughter; what can still the heart more?

First in my life is my wife of fifty-six years, and my children, my two daughters, my son, and my four grandchildren. Truly my fortune is to have had a wonderful family; a wife, and children to be proud of, and I'm able to bask in the knowledge, and knowing the beauty, and glory of that alone.

After almost six years in Burlington, North Carolina, from the spring of 2009, until December, 2014 we are back in Miami, Florida. We very much enjoyed life in Alamance County, the rolling landscape, and our access to the seashore and mountains, and North Carolina's friendly people.

Much has changed in my life as a boy in Northeastern Kentucky, but much has not, as my love for nature continues to evolve.

I studied photography at the University of Miami, and I've sold my work in gift shops, and shows from Miami to Baltimore, Maryland, and now Fine Art America.com, and Pixels.com.

Bob Whitt

 

In The Barn by Bob Whitt

 

Morning Blue by Bob Whitt

 

Day Break by Bob Whitt

 

Found Bliss by Bob Whitt

 

The Great One by Bob Whitt

 

Breakfast by Bob Whitt

 

Wood Storks by Bob Whitt

 

Golden Light by Bob Whitt

 

Grass On Glass by Bob Whitt

 

Key Deer by Bob Whitt

 

Pretty Bark by Bob Whitt

 

Stone Owl by Bob Whitt

 

Mebane North Carolina by Bob Whitt

 

Cooperstown by Bob Whitt

 

Blue Awnings by Bob Whitt

 

Come On-A My House by Bob Whitt

 

Whimsical by Bob Whitt

 

Historic by Bob Whitt

 

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Farmers Museum by Bob Whitt

 

Right Down The Middle by Bob Whitt

 

Awe Glencoe by Bob Whitt

 

Top Of The Hill by Bob Whitt

 

Sunny Day in Glencoe by Bob Whitt

 

Gold House Green Roof by Bob Whitt

 

Two Houses by Bob Whitt

 

Green House by Bob Whitt

 

Brown House by Bob Whitt

 

Old Mill Home by Bob Whitt

 

Fall Day In Glencoe by Bob Whitt

 

Hotpoint by Bob Whitt

 

Big Gear by Bob Whitt

 

Old Cash Register by Bob Whitt

 

Coca Cola by Bob Whitt

 

Raidos and Telephones by Bob Whitt

 

Lake Mackintosh by Bob Whitt

 

A Barn On Culp Creek Road by Bob Whitt

 

One Room Schoolhouse by Bob Whitt

 

Paper Bag Mill by Bob Whitt

 

The Old Paper Bag Mill by Bob Whitt

 

On Route 29 by Bob Whitt

 

Come To Church by Bob Whitt

 

Alone in Brewster by Bob Whitt

 

Brewster Inlet by Bob Whitt

 

The Farm by Bob Whitt

 

Under North Carolina Blue by Bob Whitt

 

Horses Across The Pond by Bob Whitt

 

A Pasture For Horses by Bob Whitt