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One Click At A Time

A Davenport woman went looking for Eden and Julie Malakesays she found it in her own backyard.

Julie is a photographer, and she says the show changes dailyat Nahant Marsh in Davenport.

She started taking pictures of wildlife and nature at theurban wetland in 2006. The great outdoors keeps calling  Julie back to themarsh.

She snaps exquisite photos of birds, turtles, flowers, andother things Mother Nature has to offer.

Julie says she is always on the lookout for an image ofbeauty. Perhaps where land meets water or where light meets dark.  Shesays the Nahant Marsh is timeless.

Julie travels to the marsh almost every week, and says notwo days are alike.

She is near sighted, but has not allowed that to get in herway.

She describes her digital camera as a tool, and she isalways excited to take the next picture or sit in on the next sunrise.

Julie says life is short, and people should get in on asmany sunrises as they can!

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