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National Geographic Fine Art Galleries

I wanted to share a very personal image and reflect on how grateful I am to be apart of the National Geographic Fine Art Galleries. I have a couple of images in the galleries that are located in La Jolla, CA - Maui, HI - Fort Lauderdale, FL and Laguna Beach, CA. Having these images in these galleries is humbling; however, at the same time I am excited and inspired to be amongst the greatest photographers in the world. 

My vision is to capture the harmony of nature through photographs, and provide the viewer with a sense of awe and respect. I am committed to leaving a lasting impression and instill a deeper awareness of the natural world. In order to expansively and powerfully share my vision and mission with my photographs, these galleries have given me a wonderful medium and for that I am grateful.

National Geographic | Fine Art Galleries presents fine art photography through exclusive limited editions embodying the rich heritage of the National Geographic Society and National Geographic magazine.

National Geographic | Fine Art Galleries furthers the mission of the National Geographic Society; “we believe in the power of science, exploration, and storytelling to change the world.”

The galleries are places of learning where conservation of natural resources, the importance of natural places and the wildlife that inhabit the world come to life with every photographic creation.

Behind every one of our iconic images is an amazing story. When you bring a National Geographic photograph into your home, you become part of the National Geographic legacy.

National Geographic Fine Art Galleries


 by Robbie George


This is a really personal image because this is near the family farm in North Carolina where I used to go with my father. Lake Mattamuskeet is in a national wildlife refuge. There’s a Native American legend that attributes the formation of the lake to a fire that burned for fourteen moons. My father and I would visit it at sunrise and spend some really quality time that many young men these days don’t seem to get with their fathers.

I took the image a couple years after my father passed away. I put on waders and stood out in the lake with my tripod and camera. As I stood there, I thought about him and the times we spent at the farm; and all the things he taught me over the years. All the elements came together. The lake was calm; the clouds were unique; and the reflection of the cypress trees on the flat-water lake was like a reflection of my life with him. I still carry his spirit with me when I am in the field photographing and visit the lake every year to reconnect with him and reflect on our time together.

LOCATION: Mattamuskeet Lake, North Carolina
MEDIUM: Chromogenic Print