Thursday, November 1, 2012

Nancy Claeys

Nancy Claeys 
aruraljournal.com
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Nancy Claeys is a retired insurance fraud investigator, now full-time farmwife and amateur photographer, living in rural Blair, Nebraska. Her favorite photography subjects have always
been dogs and cats, but photos of farm animals, including chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys and cattle, also fill her portfolio. She is a self-taught photographer who relishes learning new
techniques and skills by taking classes, reading photography manuals and online tutorials.

“We have several rescue animals on our farm, so the opportunity to become involved in a project such as PAWS For Charity was very exciting to me and very near and dear to my heart. Every shelter animal deserves to have a loving and permanent home.” - Nancy

10 comments:

Nancy Claeys said...

Thank you for the shout out Sarah! I'll post a link on my blog tomorrow! xo

AllyJo said...

Precious photo. I love how pets love each other and bond. My dog and cat are best frinds.

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

Love the photo! Nancy thank you for the link to here!

Tricia Hays said...

Love Nancy's photography! =)

Nicki said...

Another shout out to Nancy - who, by the way, completely rocks animal, farm, macro, textured, .... photography.

TexWisGirl said...

so sweet, nancy! :)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Love Nancy's blog and her photography!

Ana Eugénio said...

so sweet indeed :) Nancy is a true sweetheart. xxo

Nancy said...

Nancy is one of my favorite photographers (amateur? not!), plus she's just a really nice bloggerwoman. I always enjoy what she shares with us.

gowestferalwoman said...

Nancys incredible compassion goes waaaay beyond her wonderful photography of the animals around her - she is so humble so I must tell you the rest of the story...

This summer my husband and I survived a crowning wildfire, while we sat in our hayfield waiting for it to pass over us - over 325,000 acres burned - the largest in Montana's history... and $40,000. dollars later in damages to our home, farm equipment and outbuildings that insurance quite couldnt cover - Nancy started a online donation for us to get through the first recovery months - with that we were able to pay vet bills for our badly burned cat, Tomaz, and buy hay for our horse & Pony who miraculously survived with minimal burns but lost their pasture, and our hayfields - Nancy knew our needs and she went way beyond the blogging world to reach out to us - she also raised $300. in our name for the Red Cross to help others in need - Nancy will always be tops in our book - SHE CARES and shes WONDERFUL!!!