ART TODAY 11.11.17 California Wildlife – A nesting Sea Gull in Monterey Bay posing for Greg Tucker

by | Last updated Jan 16, 2018 | Published on Nov 11, 2017

We hope you enjoyed the most recent photographs of fine art photographer Greg Tucker

The Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C., National Geographic, Arizona Highways, National Wildlife Federation websites, and TribeLA Magazine have all featured Greg Tucker’s nature photographs. Greg has been published in numerous books and calendars too, including Practical Photography, Nature’s Best Photography, Digital Camera World, Popular Photography, Photographic Monthly, Nature Photographer, Wild Bird, Birds and Blooms, Shutterbug and Vanity Fair magazines. Visit Greg’s website at

Here’s a preview of Greg’s week:

ART TODAY 11.05.17 Enter the world of Nature with the elusive photographer Greg Tucker

ART TODAY 11.06.17 The bee, the flower, and Greg Tucker

ART TODAY 11.07.17 Light at the End of the Tunnel, a Greg Tucker photo

ART TODAY 11.08.17 Geyser Mound, Colorado – another Greg Tucker photo

ART TODAY 11.09.17 A long exposure under the Huntington Beach pier by Greg Tucker

ART TODAY 11.10.17 Ice, reflecting sky and mountains – Greg Tucker showing off his art

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