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Will Dickey

Jacksonville, FL

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Cedar Point Oak

Photograph printed on aluminum

24" x 20"

$585 framed

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Sawpit Creek Sunset

Archival baryta print

24" x 16"

$375 framed

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Will Dickey became a Jacksonville resident when he started his career as a staff photographer for The Florida Times-Union in 1983. After 37 years of telling the story of his adopted home in pictures, he retired from the paper in late 2020. His work was also featured in Water's Edge, Florida Trend, Newsweek and Time magazines, ABC World News and National Geographic's website.

Will has won regional and national awards for his newspaper work. But he has a special respect for nature and for the beauty of the northeast Florida landscape, especially the Timucuan Preserve and the St. Johns River.

The waterways and woods are his passion, professionally and personally, and photographing them is something of a return to his roots. In high school and college (Auburn University) he developed an interest in photography and turned his camera to nature.

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Fort George Inlet

Archival baryta print

36" x 24"

$625 framed

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