Harding girl follow her love for wildlife photography

In the last Thanksgiving, when the rest of her family members dines together and celebrated the important day, Ashleigh Scully was on a very different mission – she was set to take a snap a male red fox that she had been tracking for some time in their garden. Speaking about those days Gerry, Ashleigh’s dad, told that she spent most of the day sitting in a tent with a camera and she was so excited to tell us she had finally took a snap of the animal.
A subsequent snap she clicked at Great Swamp that radiated the innocence and beauty of another fox at a very unique time got featured in both an issue of National Geographic Kids, the popular magazine that is known for recognizing some of the most outstanding youth photographers.
Gerry added that this is when things changed and all of them realized that Ashleigh’s hobby of wildlife photography was becoming more of a passion and also possible profession. Ashleigh picked up her mother’s point and shoot camera when she was little and that is how she tenanted her free time when she was just five or six, taking snaps of frogs as well as other wildlife. When she was 8 years old, she got her own camera, and her interests developed to wildlife subjects beyond her own home, where she sought out animals like foxes and hawks.
Speaking about her passion, Ashleigh told that she loved animals her whole life and she wants people to see them their beauty, not just for their fur or for sport. She added that she especially love to capture animals showing special emotions that people in general do not usually see, like a mother fox with her kits.

In the last Thanksgiving, when the rest of her family members dines together and celebrated the important day, Ashleigh Scully was on a very different mission – she was set to take a snap a male red fox that she had been tracking for some time in their garden. Speaking about those days Gerry, Ashleigh’s dad, told that she spent most of the day sitting in a tent with a camera and she was so excited to tell us she had finally took a snap of the animal.

A subsequent snap she clicked at Great Swamp that radiated the innocence and beauty of another fox at a very unique time got featured in both an issue of National Geographic Kids, the popular magazine that is known for recognizing some of the most outstanding youth photographers.

Gerry added that this is when things changed and all of them realized that Ashleigh’s hobby of wildlife and wedding photography was becoming more of a passion and also possible profession. Ashleigh picked up her mother’s point and shoot camera when she was little and that is how she tenanted her free time when she was just five or six, taking snaps of frogs as well as other wildlife. When she was 8 years old, she got her own camera, and her interests developed to wildlife subjects beyond her own home, where she sought out animals like foxes and hawks.

Speaking about her passion, Ashleigh told that she loved animals her whole life and she wants people to see them their beauty, not just for their fur or for sport. She added that she especially love to capture animals showing special emotions that people in general do not usually see, like a mother fox with her kits.

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