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by Kae Cheatham
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A morning view of outliers to mountain range in western Montana. Fog and mist shroud the distant hills. The pasture holds a few... more
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A morning view of outliers to mountain range in western Montana. Fog and mist shroud the distant hills. The pasture holds a few wildflowers.
This image is copyrighted to Kae C’s Images (Kae Cheatham). Not in public domain. The purchase of this image does not transfer reproduction rights to the buyer.
I am a visual artist (Kae C's Images) at work a few miles east of the Continental Divide in Montana USA, who produces photographic images, graphic arts, and computer art. I started with SLRs, but since 2002 have embraced the digital era. My photos have been used in many publications, including American Cowboy, Bloodlines, Orion Magazine, Pro Rodeo World (along with my articles), and Royal Wings (an international in-flight magazine). Digital painting and graphic art techniques developed when working with authors to create covers for their books. I apply these skills to many of my images. The bulk of my PHOTOGRAPHY deals with rural enterprise and activities. If you are interested in those subjects (with a western flair) please visit my...
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