Fran Gallogly is a passionate photographer with a focus on landscape, flower, wildlife, portrait (especially children) and nature photography. She first was captivated by the expressive and artistic qualities of photography in the 1970s when she took classes at a workshop in Connecticut learning to develop and print B&W images from film. When digital photography became available, she transitioned enthusiastically and studied under many luminaries in the field. Now retired from full-time employment, she is free to further explore and develop her love of this medium. Fran enjoys traveling with her camera, most recently to such places as Namibia, India, Tuscany, Wales, Cinque Terre, and the Scottish Highlands. She has published two books of her photographs: "Namibia" and "Faces of India." Her photos have been exhibited in the Fairfield Museum and History Center(CT),The Greater New Haven Arts Council(CT),Jonathan Dickinson State Park's Kimball Gallery (FL),Savannas Preserve(FL).