Kellion

Kelly Nichols

has been a member since Jan 2010 and goes by Kellion.

I am a creative junkie with a regular day job, but am a part-time freelance photographer and writer in southeast Virginia.

I love photography too much to limit myself to one style, subject or process. My photography is varied and a creative process to which I am addicted!

My weapon of choice is a Nikon D300 with various Nikon and Tamron lenses.

Find me at: http://www.kellynicholsphotography.zenfolio.com

Lighthouses:  Beacons of the Sea
Photo Essay

Lighthouses: Beacons of the Sea

26 Jul 20131191 views

Lighthouses hold a special place in our maritime history and have a unique story to tell. They are guardians and beacons, leading sailors to safety.

Color and Contrast - Less is More
Feature Story

Color and Contrast - Less is More

25 Jul 20131364 views

Sometimes photographers make the mistake of over-processing their photographs. When it comes to color and contrast, less is often more.

The Rural Town....and its Four-Legged Friends
Photo Essay

The Rural Town....and its Four-Legged Friends

9 Jul 2013734 views

The rural town dots the American landscape. Within those small towns exist feline and canine characters that share the secret to life there.

Escape to the Beach
Photo Essay

Escape to the Beach

21 Jun 20131117 views

The sights, sounds and smells of the beach capture me as I capture images of the Outer Banks, North Carolina.

Where the Hallways Echo Silence
Photo Essay

Where the Hallways Echo Silence

15 May 20131125 views

A visit to an abandoned asylum.

Beautiful Creatures
Photo Essay

Beautiful Creatures

22 Jun 20102191 views

No matter how I feel about zoos, they allow us to see up close amazing creatures.

A Woman's Beauty Fully Dressed
Photo Essay

A Woman's Beauty Fully Dressed

26 May 20102156 views

Woman are photographic in every instance...not just when their clothes are off! There's more depth and character to a woman than one knows.

Faded Glory
Photo Essay

Faded Glory

29 Apr 2010995 views

Abandoned homes hold a beauty all their own and they are symbols of days gone by -- faded glory.