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Well Seasoned: Savoring Life’s Lessons, By Rebecca Webb Wilson
www.hawkeyenature.com). However, in Well Seasoned there are more scenic shots than animals, though there are some,” she said. Well Seasoned shares the author’s abundant gratitude for the sudden surprises and unexpected joys revealed in nature's seasons, her own passing seasons, and the countless miracles her camera captures.
Becky Wilson is an avid traveler and professional nature photographer who has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, the Swiss Alps part of the Haute Route, and the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. She began her love affair with travel when, after college graduation, she became a stewardess with Pan American World Airways and flew all over the world. After a brief stint as a realtor, Rebecca attended law school at the University of Memphis and served several years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney.
Following that career and after the birth of her fourth child, she became involved with the Memphis Zoological Society in its efforts to remodel and revitalize its facility. In 1988, she founded a youth leadership program in Memphis called Bridge Builders, which to date has had 21,000 participants from all public, private, and parochial schools in Shelby County. A graduate of Vanderbilt University, she serves as a member of its Board of Trust. She also serves on the board of directors of Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation. One of Memphis Woman Magazine's 50 Women Who Make a Difference, she received the Legends Award from the Women's Foundation for a Greater Memphis in 2010.
Becky graciously agreed to share some of her horse and horse barn photos with the Mid-South Horse Review.
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