Years ago, when I got my first glimpse of how enjoyable Photography was, I practiced my talent with Landscape Photography. My Father had a very strong interest in Landscape Photography, and gave me his prized 1950 manual Yashica to get started. This was a learning experience for me. I learned many things from it including composition, lighting, angles, contrast, continuity, depth of field, framing, and the rule of thirds, to name a few. It prepared me for this wonderful career I now have. Here are just a few beautiful pieces from my collection. I dedicate this page to my late Father, Kenneth L. Fechner. I hope you enjoy my first shots. 

Rebecca Gabsch, Photographer

 None of these images are available for purchase. Thank you for enjoying them. And thank you Poppy.

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