Welcome to Shell Ette Fine Art Photography and Digital Artwork,
Please note ...The LOGO of FINEART AMERICA will NOT show on the final print. It is just a mark to protect it online.
Photography is a journey of discovery and admiration. It is not something one conquers, it involves exploring, planning, endurance and lots of patience. Even with extensive planning, nature is full of surprises, it is always changing therefore every opportunity presents a different result. I feel photography is about capturing a moment, in a way that moves you, and makes you feel like you want to be there. It is a never ending quest to create a piece of art, someone will want to view over and over.
My passion for photography grew while taking pictures of our many rescue animals and the wildlife that surrounded us. Through the lens I discovered a world I had been overlooking and a desire to capture it is why my journey began. I love animals, and have fun photographing them, but slowly I was drawn to the landscape and waterscape around me. I am fortunate to live between the lakes region and the White Mountains of NH, which offers an abundance of scenery. Most of my work will consist of New England, but sometimes I do get to travel on those rare occasions I am relieved of zoo keeper duties.
With my images I share with you my discoveries and hope you find a moment you will treasure.
If you would like to ask me the details of where or how a photo was taken, please contact me. If you would like one in a different size or shape, meaning a tall version opposed to a wide version, or a black and white version, I can usually accommodate. Please don't hesitate to email me.
You may also purchase images from my other website. www.Shellette.net
Michelle Hanson-Ettelson aka Shelle Ette
Copyright Notice: All images on this website are fully protected by U.S. and international copyright laws, all rights reserved. The images may not be copied, reproduced, manipulated or used in any way, without the permission of Michelle Ettelson. Any unauthorized usage will be prosecuted to the full extent of the U.S. Copyright Law.