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Landscapes are photographer's favorites

(LE MARS) -- KLEM's Angela Drake's latest report takes you behind the lens with another photographer.

 

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And that she does.  From her backyard to Glacier National Park, retired Le Mars teacher Nancy Brechler loves to take pictures. 

Brechler grew up in south central Iowa and ended up in Le Mars to teach family and consumer science at Le Mars Community High School.  She got her first camera was she was 10 and says the farm scenery she grew up with became her inspiration.

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Landscapes are now her favorites and she uses them to decorate her home and studio.  Her business, "Nancy's Photography" has also given her a love for portraits.

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She takes her seniors out to different places in and around Le Mars.  A favorite place in the area that Nancy often captures landscape shots are the Loess Hills.

 

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Other locations are further from home.  A restless night at Glacier National Park led to some beautiful pictures for Nancy. 

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Brechler has entered photographs, like this one, into competitions through the Professional Photographers of America. She says the critiques help her continue learning and bettering her work.  (News report by Angela Drake of KLEM News/images courtesy Nancy Brechler)

 

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