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Sue Smith

Sue Smith Photography

Sandy, UT

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Sue has had a life-long passion for photography. Sue Smith Photography began in 2004 with a few photos and some note cards to match. Now Sue's photos are sold around the world through the various stock and fine art sites that she submits to.

Sue was honored to be chosen as a Montana "Treasured" Artist for the Office of the Secretary of State of the State of Montana in 2010. You can read more and see some of her photos at the Secretary of State's website at http://sos.mt.gov/gallery/artwork/Smith/index.asp.

Road trips are a passion of Sue's and fit beautifully with photography. You might find Sue in any of the lower 48 or some of the Canadian provinces. If there is a road to get there, she's looking for it!

Even though Sue now lives in Utah, Montana continues to hold her heart. Montana's treasures - the back roads, small towns, ghost towns, and Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks call to her daily.

 

Blue and Pink Outhouses by Sue Smith

 

Awestruck Triptych by Sue Smith

 

Railroad Tracks with an S-Curve by Sue Smith

 

Contrasts in Arches National Park by Sue Smith

 

Parade of Elephants by Sue Smith

 

Haystack Created with a Beaverslide by Sue Smith

 

Double Arch at Arches National Park by Sue Smith

 

Old Barn on a Ranch by Sue Smith

 

Curve in the Tracks by Sue Smith

 

Gnarled Juniper Tree in Arches by Sue Smith

 

Sunlit Barn by Sue Smith

 

Curviing Dirt Road by Sue Smith

 

Railroads and Industry by Sue Smith

 

Primitive Trail in Arches National Park by Sue Smith

 

Up Close and Impersonal by Sue Smith

 

The Bicycle by Sue Smith

 

Worn Out at the End of the Day by Sue Smith

 

Virgelle Mercantile by Sue Smith

 

Route 66 Mural with Texaco Sign by Sue Smith

 

Ghost Town in Summer by Sue Smith

 

Ocean Waves by Sue Smith

 

Old and Rusty Coca-Cola Machine by Sue Smith

 

White-tailed Ptarmigan by Sue Smith

 

Historic Community Hall by Sue Smith

 

Tree Bark Abstract by Sue Smith