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A Whole Bunch a Bicycles by Joe Bonita
Guggenheim Shapes by Joe Bonita
Light at the End of the Tunnel by Joe Bonita
Italian Plaza Pigeon by Joe Bonita
Tower Bridge Before the Storm by Joe Bonita
Waterdrop Lattice by Joe Bonita
Soaring Seagull by Joe Bonita
A Sea of Shopping Carts by Joe Bonita
Steel Mantises in the Moonlight by Joe Bonita
Apprehensive Visage by Joe Bonita
Lines and Shadows No. 2 by Joe Bonita
Lines and Shadows Mono by Joe Bonita
Lines and Shadows by Joe Bonita
Sinuous Nude by Joe Bonita
I See You Too by Joe Bonita
I See You by Joe Bonita
Emu Mugshot by Joe Bonita
Celltower Forest No. 2 by Joe Bonita
Sheer Happiness by Joe Bonita
Speyer Cathedral Organ Pipes by Joe Bonita
Antarctic Gull by Joe Bonita
Hungarian Parliament Building on the Danube at Night by Joe Bonita
Arising From The Waves - Variation by Joe Bonita
Antarctic No. 8a by Joe Bonita
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About Joe Bonita
Hello, and thank you for visiting my pages. If you would like to see my portfolio in the order in which the images were posted, please click on the 'Images' tab above the first gallery pictures. You can also see how many visitors from around the world have come to see my pages by scrolling downward in this biography.
I'm a self-taught photographer who's been taking pictures at one level or another for a long, long time. I've traveled extensively in Europe and made forays to Canada, Japan, China, Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica, Africa and South America. These travels have provided me with a wealth of subject matter for my photos, some of which appear on these pages. Many of my images are manipulated for what I consider artistic effect. That's because, in my view, photography isn't only about showing the viewer what was there. It's highest calling, like that of all art, is it's ability to show others the world both as you see it and as you'd like it to be. I view FAA as an ideal site for this as a result of its world-wide reach.
I hope you enjoy my work.