We have this beautiful set of song birds available at Treasure Chest. They are matted in a unique linen textured mat. These would make a perfect collage or would even be beautiful featured alone. They are all photograph here locally in the heart of Cenla by Jim E. Johnson Nature Photography and they are at a Steal for only $45.00 a frame! 😱😱😱.
We gave Jim E. Johnson Nature Photography booth a little facelift yesterday and he restocked some more matted prints. Come visit all the vendors this week at Treasure Chest in Alexandria.
Tomorrow I am excited to have some of Jim E. Johnson Nature Photography images at our booth at the Farmers Market in Glenmora tomorrow.
Jim E. Johnson is a native from Glenmora Louisiana and is Veteran. He lives in Lecompte now and captures many of his images right here in the heart of Cenla.
Come see us on Main Street in our sweet town from 9am to 1pm tomorrow ❤️
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Did you know we have an Amazing local nature photographer right here in the heart of Cenla?! Jim E. Johnson Nature Photography images have been published in several calendars, magazines and books, to include the Tennessee Conservationist, American Birding Association, Birding Guide to Louisiana, Louisiana Conservationist calendar and Bird Watchers Digest .
These are just a sampling of his images but they are all custom framed and some are on acrylic and wood. Right now they are all 25% off😱🤩😱
You can purchase them at Treasure Chest in Alexandria.
5840 Coliseum Blvd. Hours are Wed- Friday 9:30-5:30 and Saturday 9:30-4:30.
La naturaleza es muy bella la madre tierra dónde vivimos hay que cuidar y proteger al igual que toda la fauna para poder seguir viendo hermosas criaturas creadas por olofin
I love photographing birds.
Thank you for inviting me to join you. I look forward to seeing more beautiful photo,s.
Happy to see this page.
Thank you so much , as they are birds we in Australia would never see , wonderful photography cheers ##
Love this page, Jim.
Incredible Jim. Your work is absolutely amazing.
Jim, your birds are the most awesome I have seen. My grandfather used to take my family for a Sunday ride and he would say "hear that? It's a Cardinal (or whatever it was). That fascinated me and now I find myself in the woods listening and looking for birds. The color you capture is out of this world. Some day I hope to be that good.