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Finding Inspiration in the Texas Landscape With Linda Nickell

Finding Inspiration in the Texas Landscape With Linda Nickell

Episode 11: Today I sit down with landscape and travel photographer, Linda Nickel, to chat about:

  • Linda’s photography webinar series, the Happiness Hour
  • The diverse and exciting landscapes that Texas has to offer
  • Tips on great photographic locations and what to expect
  • Precautions to take while photographing in intense heat
  • Connecting with nature as a city girl
  • And so much more!

LINKS MENTIONED:

Website: lindanickell.com

Follow Linda Nickell on Instagram

Linda Nickell's Happiness Hour 

Brenda’s presentation at Linda’s Happiness Hour

Natural Landscape Photography Awards (enter “OPS15” to get 15% off your submission)

Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Caddo Lake

Big Bend National Park

Guadalupe Mountains National Park

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Linda Nickell

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Linda Nickell is a Texas-based photographer who has been recognized by texashighways.com as one of the “Top 25 Travel Photographers to Follow on Instagram” and has also been noted as one of “The 9 Best Landscape Photographers in Houston.” by peerspace.com. Her travel and landscape images have been published by the Texas Nature Conservancy and Country Extra Magazine. As an active Instagrammer, she curates multiple feature accounts to inspire and promote the work of other photographers.

Linda is also the creator and host of a popular weekly photography webinar series, called the Happiness Hour, where photographers come together online to connect, inspire, and create. I was fortunate to be an invited speaker for her Happiness Hour, and I can vouch for the group’s camaraderie and overall good vibe. Community and connection have been tough to come by this past year due to the pandemic, so I definitely recommend anyone interested in improving their photography while connecting with others to check it out.