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Joyce Meyer from Spillville, Iowa uses her work to tell the story of the beauty in nature that surrounds us and invites you to walk with her on the journey that takes in vistas of the world to tiny butterflies in the quest that her and her camera canvas takes. The award winning nature photographer has been published in many Medias including five national magazine covers, and state and national publications and even on television photography shows. Besides wrap around canvas photos, print enlargements on fine quality paper, a vast collection of nature note cards, she has recently published her Fine Art Nature Photography books from 5x7 to coffee table book size done on stunning metallic paper. Come enter the world of Joyce Meyer Photography and feel the many emotions of her fine art gallery pieces. Joyce is also a freelance photographer for The Cedar Rapids Gazette and does photography and writes for The Calmar Courier here in the Northeast Iowa.

Please Vote this week for my photo!

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Adam McConnell is bucked off by bull On the Money, breaking his collarbone in two places, at the rodeo at the Winneshiek County Fair in Decorah Wednesday, July11, 2018. (Joyce A. Meyer/Freelance)

To win People’s Choice Award with Silos and Smokestacks I need you to like my photo. Most likes wins $50 and award. Vote December 3-7(this week) Appreciate all your help!

 Here’s the link: https://www.facebook.com/ssnha/photos/a.10157221879099505/10157221904669505/?type=3

I made Finalist in Weather Channel Contest!

From decorahnews.com:

Winneshiek County photographer’s photo was a finalist in a Weather Channel contest
Posted: Sun, Sep 23, 2018 4:37 PM

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Adam McConnell is bucked off by bull On the Money, breaking his collarbone in two places, at the rodeo at the Winneshiek County Fair in Decorah Wednesday, July11, 2018. (Joyce A. Meyer/Freelance)

(Photo courtesy of Joyce Meyer Photography)

Each year The Weather Channel holds an “It’s Amazing Out There Fan Photo Contest,” a program to pick the top three submitted photos. The contest last year attracted over 50,000 entries.

This year, Spillville resident Joyce Meyer submitted a photo which was selected one of the 100 semifinalists in the contest. Her photo wasn’t selected for one of the three to win cash prizes, but she says, “I’m honored to be picked as a finalist in this contest where many contestant finalists have been published or work for amazing publications like National Geographic Magazine.” The judges in the contest agreed, saying, “With so many stunning submissions, it’s a daunting task for our panel of judges to narrow it down, much less pick a winner.”