About Paul Licce
I was born and raised in Texas and in my late teens I began spending more and more time outdoors, mostly wandering up and down the Navasota River. I grew to feel deeply connected to nature and that connection continues to provide me a sense of belonging in a world that is full of beauty and hope. My aim as a hobbyist nature photographer is to capture images that remind us of the peace and inspiration that we can find right outside our front door.
I fully embrace the idea of taking “artistic license” and often use digital software to enhance and manipulate a photograph. When I am in the moment, taking the photograph, I pay attention to how the scene makes me feel. Conveying that feeling becomes my goal for producing the final image. Digital editing, an art in itself, allows me to create my own personal version of what the camera has captured.
For many years my photographs sat in boxes on a closet shelf or stored on several hard drives. In 2013 I shared some of my photographs with a visual artist and she encouraged me to step out and show my work - and so I did. I am grateful for her encouragement and these days I am pleased and excited to share the images that catch my attention and find their way through the lens of my camera.
Please note - this website serves simply as an archive for my photos and not as a catalog of prints for sale. Thanks!
“There is new life in the soil for every man. There is healing in the trees for tired minds and for our overburdened spirits, there is strength in the hills, if only we will lift up our eyes. Remember that nature is your great restorer.” Calvin Coolidge