Okavango Delta UNESCO World Heritage Site

May 06, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
The geology of the area, a part of the African Rift Valley System, has resulted in the ‘capture’ of the Okavango River that has formed the Delta and its extensive waterways, swamps, flooded grasslands and floodplains. The Okavango River, at 1,500kms, is the third largest in southern Africa. The Delta’s dynamic geomorphological history has a major e...
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Backbone of Katy Award

April 07, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Article courtesy of The Katy News Fatima Donaldsons Wins Backbone of Katy Award The fourth annual Books Alive! Luncheon Fundraiser, sponsored by and held at Bonefish Grill in LaCenterra. Kristin Miller, Program Director of Noyes Fine Arts Foundation Book Bash, emceed the event featuring performances of musical numbers from Books Alive productions...
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National Bison Range

January 11, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
From a population of 30 to 60 million animals roaming throughout North America, bison reached a low of 100 in the wild in the late 1800's. Since 1908, the National Bison Range has played an important role in the successful recovery of these magnificent animals. The fact that we can still see bison on the landscape is one of the finest accomplishm...
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LangeTwins 2015 Calendar

January 05, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
The 2015 LangeTwins calendar click here to flip through the entire calendar. Photography and design by www.fatimaphotography/www.falacreative.com. If you'd like a copy, please send an email request and we will mail you one to enjoy!
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Growth

August 15, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
I started working with JP Steel nine years ago. The first effort was to design their company logo. Through the years, I've designed brochures, written copy for their website and helped with website efforts as well as periodic photo shoots. Fast forward almost a decade and their growth is reflective in their facility, staff and client base. It's exc...
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Behind the Lens

August 10, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Behind the Lens Special thanks to Katy Magazine for their article of me in the Summer 2014 issue. As I always like to tell people, I prefer being behind the lens much more so than in front of it. However, I will graciously thank them for the feature! click here to see the full article in Katy Magazine starting on page 38 in the August 2014 issue....
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Photography & Life: What Lies Beneath

February 26, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
It's not what you look at that matters It's what you see. henry david thereau what lies beneath During a trek out to the great Southwest, I had the opportunity to explore Navajo Nation and specifically Antelope Canyons (both Upper and Lower). As I arrived to the check in point to get my photographer's pass, I was greeted by my Navajo guide wh...
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