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Dark-eyed Junco by Katie Joya
Cedar Waxwings by Katie Joya
Wood Duck by Katie Joya
Lady Cardinal by Katie Joya
Singing Junco 2 by Katie Joya
Singing Junco 1 by Katie Joya
Spring Dew by Katie Joya
Tufted Titmouse in Snow by Katie Joya
Female Purple Finch by Katie Joya
Male House Finch by Katie Joya
Blue Jay in Snow by Katie Joya
White Breasted Nuthatch in Snow by Katie Joya
Cardinal in Snow by Katie Joya
Goldfinch and Cardinal by Katie Joya
Red-bellied Woodpecker by Katie Joya
Geese at Long Run Pond by Katie Joya
Black-Capped Chichadee by Katie Joya
Ruby-throated Hummingbird by Katie Joya
Anna's Hummingbird by Katie Joya
Dragonfly by Katie Joya
Eastern Tailed Blue on Butterfly Weed by Katie Joya
Eastern tailed blue on Butterfly Weed by Katie Joya
Jumping Spider Contemplating Life by Katie Joya
Sweat Bee on Thistle by Katie Joya
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About Katie Joya
My photography expresses my deep passion for nature. Not just with landscapes or wildlife, but the tiny things that usually go unnoticed. I look for the water drops, the eyes of a damselfly, and even the reproductive organs of a common weed. The things no one thinks twice about, but perhaps they should.
Photography excites me in a way nothing else does. It’s meditating and therapeutic. It’s a retreat into the wilderness that exists almost everywhere — in a small back yard, or a patch of roadside weeds. It gets me out of bed early in the morning so I can catch the right light, the sleepy insects, and the dew. It makes me lie on the ground when it’s wet and muddy. It gives me thorns and poison ivy. It gets me outside when there’s a foot of snow or an inch of ice on the ground. And in turn, it allows me to share something beautiful and unique with others.
I love to uncover tiny treasures that I know no one else will see. Finding them can be an art in itself, but capturing and presenting them in a way that looks magical or otherworldly is often my goal.
I’ve worked with and studied plants for seventeen years. I always had a desire to get closer to the flowers; to see the lines, colors, and textures deep down inside. I want to honor the way the light shines through the veins in the leaves and the frost on a blade of grass.
I let the plants, the bugs, and the sun tell me what to photograph every day.