About Me

Hi. I’m Vaughan. My South African wife, Nadine, and I live on four acres in the country near Lincoln, Nebraska.

We have two dogs (Jock, Chocolate Lab & Zulu, Border Collie mix) and a cat (Annabelle)…

We are sometimes wedding photographers… Those galleries are hosted at photos.vaughannelson.us.

You can find me on Twitter and on Facebook.

Here’s my current list of camera gear:
* Canon EOS 5D
* Canon EOS 20D
* Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
* Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM
* Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
* Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM
* Canon 580EX Speedlite TTL Flash

Before we moved to Nebraska, I was a Network Administrator at Andrews University, a small private university in Southwest Michigan and the Sound Engineer at the Howard Performing Arts Center. Nadine was Director of Marketing in the Integrated Marketing & Communication Department.

Thanks for visiting… Sorry I haven’t updated this blog in a long time 🙂


6 Responses to “About Me”

  1. hello. i love Your dog photos… i am trying to join wordpress. waiting for a password… how did you add the images?
    I am wanting to add images from the top to the bottom, probably at least 5-9 on the front. can you help me? just briefly?

    thank you andreas

  2. Can you comment the camera and lenses you used to photograph the dogs. They are simply excellent.
    Thank you for show them. JulioDavid

  3. Hi, The pics on you blog, are simply splendid.

    I too have recently started a photoblog calles piXelife, chk it out on http://mpics.wordpress.com

    How about a blogroll exchange ??

  4. I enjoy your photos, most for their simplicity and beauty. I’m a novice-photographer and new to blogging.

    smiles,
    tina
    http://www.phlogthat.com

  5. hey
    your photos are so great
    as Tina said “simplicity & beauty”
    thank you for show your photos

  6. I’m amazed at your photography. I would love to be at the level you are. You have a great “eye” and wonder-ful perspective. Also an MIS dude – in FL USA.

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