Reynolds, Richard

Richard Reynolds has been photographing nature for more than 40 years. His interest in photography began in 1968 when he borrowed a Kodak Signet camera to take to Big Bend National Park.

From 1980 – 1983 he continued to improve his nature and landscape photography skills while living in Greensboro, NC.  In 1983, he returned to Texas to take a job as Chief Photographer for the Texas Tourist Development Agency and in this position, he traveled the state, documenting its people, tourist attractions, and numerous natural resources. 

 Richard has been the sole photographer of a cookbook, 10 books of landscape and nature photography, and co-photographer of two others; the sole photographer of several dozen calendars, and has 28 Texas Highways covers to his credit.

He currently resides in Austin, TX with his wife, Nancy.
Each image is printed on museum quality archival matte canvas. They are coated with a water-based semi-gloss coating to provide protection from ultra violet rays, dust, light moisture, and handling.
Some of these images are available in two sizes and are offered in two various mountings. Gallery (Museum) wrapped on 1"x2" solid wood bars (2" deep) with the black background wrapped around sides. Or you may order your image mounted on standard stretcher bars for conventional framing.