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About Frank Madia


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Frank called Wyoming home from birth until joining the United States Navy in 1971. Following a 35 year Navy career he and his wife retired to the life of full-time RVers traveling around the United States and Canada. In the six years that followed they visited all but four states in the Continental United States including Alaska. They also visited several Canadian Provinces. In 2012 the couple settled down, sort of, in the Central Texas community of Kyle. Now, they spend the fall and winter months in Kyle while spending the shoulder seasons traveling. Their summers are spent in Yellowstone National Park.

As Frank traveled around the country he came to realize that there is a lot to see from natural features such as mountains, lakes, streams and wildlife to manmade creations that help explain our history. He had always been an avid photographer. During the couple’s travels Frank refined his photography skills and now specializes in wildlife and nature photography. He feels very strongly that this earth needs to be conserved or future generations will not be able to enjoy the natural world. Through his photography he hopes to help send the message that as a species we need to take care of the planet.

Frank Madia Photography has become the natural progression from photographic enthusiast to emerging professional. More importantly through Frank Madia Photography, Frank is trying to make a difference by donating a portion of each sale to various conservation groups to help ensure that the natural world is preserved for future generations.

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What we do?

We travel, we see, we learn, we share, and most importantly, we conserve.

Who we are?

We are a mostly retired, caring couple trying to help keep the wild in the wild lands.

Why us?

Because we have the time, the ability, and the desire to share the wild and natural world with everyone.  We are dedicated to helping preserve our natural heritage for the next generation.

It is my intention to present – through the medium of photography – intuitive observations of the natural world which may have meaning to the spectators.

Ansel Adams - Photographer