A picture is worth a thousand words… a cliche, yes; but also truth. Our eyes see the world but fleetingly. With a camera, that glimpse becomes a permanence that takes on meaning. We are able to dwell on the minuscule and often hidden details that, at first, our eyes may miss. We discover the world around us again and again. We are able to relive past moments in our lives and our histories. Each photo becomes a story in itself, a never-ending story that each of us completes from our own experiences. 

“It is my intention to present—through the medium of photography—intuitive observations of the natural world that may have meaning to the spectators.”
— Ansel Adams

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Sheila Mullane Estrada
Phone: 727-480-6748
Email: gemcom@gate.net

Sheila Mullane Estrada’s journalism career began as a reporter for the Holyoke (Massachusetts) Transcript, and continued as an investigative reporter for the Sarasota Herald Tribune,  the Lakeland Ledger, and the Evening Independent in Florida. She has earned a number of journalism awards, including the National Newspaper Association’s National Award for a Community Service Investigative Series, the Florida Society of Newspaper Editors for a Public Service Investigative Series, and an Award of Excellence from the FTP-NEA of Florida. Sheila is now a freelance journalist, graphic designer, and web developer, with her journalism work appearing in the Tampa Bay Times, Tampa Bay Newspapers, The Legal Examiner, The Bull & Bear Financial Report, The Monetary Digest, The Resource Investor, and Gold Stock News. Her public relations and creative services clients include Save The Children, the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Southern Poverty Law Center, Lumos, the Hepatitis Foundation International, Springfield College, and St. Petersburg College.

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