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Ronald Bartels

Ronald Bartels is a fine art, nature, model, and landscape photographer that grew up in the Boston area. Three of his great passions in life, are art, travel, and photography. He believes that travel broadens one's view of the world around us. He travels throughout the world and has the opportunity to capture a host of beautiful images from different parts of America and other countries. His love for wine and the fact that he is also an accomplished wine sommelier, has broaden his photography talents to include beautiful west coast wineries. Ron's photographic passion, creativity and attention to detail make his images very desirable for the collector, gallery, or the home decorator alike. He also has a passion for what the big cities have to offer, like incredible architecture and interesting people. Also important to Ron, is a cities unique energy, like New York City, San Francisco, Rome and Paris. Ron never uses photo shop or extreme filters on his camera, and believes in capturing nature and raw beauty as it was meant to be...


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