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Larry Clowdus is based in Alabama and travels extensively throughout North America. Landscape and wildlife photography are his specialties.

Born and raised in the rural town of Allgood Alabama, he enjoys being out in nature and seeing the beauty nature has to offer. He and his wife Debbie often go on road trips to enjoy and photograph the wonders of the United States along the way.

He is a proud veteran of the U.S Army and served stateside during the Vietnam war era. He views his time in military service as one of the most life changing times of his life and is thankful for the experience and the mental growth the Army provided.

He is an alumni of Oneonta High School in Oneonta Alabama. After his military service, he attended Snead State Junior College and Jacksonville State University. He is thankful for the great teachers and mentors the schools provided. Many of those teachers are good friends of his today.

He worked for the Department of Defense at Anniston Army Depot in Bynum, Alabama for 27 years before retiring and pursuing his photography.  His photos have been exhibited at the Evelyn Burrow Museum in Hanceville Alabama and published in regional trade magazines and newspapers in Alabama. He also provides presentations to local photography and civic clubs.

Larry has been married to Debbie Johnson Clowdus for 52 years and they make their home in Oneonta Alabama, less than 7 miles from both of their birth places. Debbie is always by his side on journeys to explore and photograph great scenes and wildlife in the United States.

They both would like for you to enjoy their travel adventures in Larry's new book, Along the Way, A Photographic Journey.

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