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1.14.06 James Shadle,featured in the Tampa Tribune

Here is a link to the artical by Yvette C. Hammett of the Tampa Tribune.

http://brandon.tbo.com/brandon/MGBB0382FIE.html
12.1.05 James Shadle anounced as a winner in the annual National Wildlife Federation Photo Contest

This is the second time James has won this prestigious contest(he has only entered twice).The winning image appears in the Dec/Jan 2005/2006 issue of National Wildlife Magazine.
11.28.05 Blake and Micah Shadle celebrate second wedding anniversary

Well as they say the acorn does not fall far from the tree. To help you understand my previous statement and give you some idea how well matched these "kids" are;understand that they spent both their first and second anniversaries in the Everglades! Congratulations on two years of marriage. May Jehovah continue to bless you. I could not be any prouder of you two.
11.15.05 Everglades National Park Re-opens

The Everglades National Park has re-opened limited access to its Main Entrance. The Park is currently open during daytime, and all road access is still closed to Flamingo. As the park system continues to make progress in their recovery efforts, they open a little more of the park every few days.

The park is currently open to the Mahogany Hammock boardwalk.

For more information and continual updates, call 305/242-7700, or go to www.nps.gov/ever
11.1.05 James Shadle's images appear in Nov 2005 issue of National Geographic Adventure Magazine.

National Geographic Adventure Magazine contacted James about images of the Fakahatchee Strand. Not having the images they were looking for on file,he volunteered to go to the Fakahatchee Strand and try to get the images they were looking for. That weekend James packed his gear in the truck,and set out to capture swamp images along with Blake Shadle and Drew Wilson. The trip netted a 2 page spread with James and Blake in a beautiful swamp(James used a tripod and interval timer).A 1/2 page image of Blake and Drew in a wet prairie and a 1/4 page image of 2 wild boars fighting for mating rights.
10.21.05 James Shadle in the news.

Here is a link to a story by Michelle Jones of the St.Pete Times.
www.sptimes.com
 
 
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