Laurie Heupel


It Started With A Brownie

When I was about 10 years old my parent's friends gave me a brownie camera that their daughter had and no longer wanted. It opened a whole new world to me. I fell in love with photography.

My life is shaped by the urgent need to wander and observe, and my camera is my passport. I have been lucky to have a career that moved me all over the United States and every journey my camera has been with me!

Blackwater Falls “Blackwater Falls”

I love waterfalls, they are so incredible to watch. The power of the water among the rocks.

Reflections on the Seekonk “Reflections on the Seekonk ”

My husband grew up in Providence RI, and as we were exploring the city, we stopped by this little cemetery and found this little area that overlooked the river. The storm clouds were building the river was silent and calm. I got out and scrambled over the rocks to capture the moment.

Bluebells in bloom in the forest “Bluebells in bloom in the forest”

Virginia Bluebells in bloom in the forest

Storm brewing over the River “Storm brewing over the River”

Storm brewing over the Potomac River

Reflections on the distillery pond “Reflections on the distillery pond”

Historic distillery and pond near where I live. So pretty in the fall with the colors.

Lotus Flower in Bloom “Lotus Flower in Bloom ”

Lotus flower in bloom at Kenilworth Gardens, Washington DC

Cape Hatteras on a Stormy Day “Cape Hatteras on a Stormy Day”

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse on a stormy day.

Reflections on the Potomac “Reflections on the Potomac ”

Reflections on the Potomac River on a summer day!