Welcome to M. Sullivan Photography. Hi, I’m Mary. I love photography and the way it captures a moment in time. I started my photography journey when my children were young. My husband bought me a Canon 40 DSLR back in 2008. I was hooked. I started this website to chronicle our lives. Somewhere along the way and as the kids grew older, I turned my attention to landscape photography. I enjoy taking images of the world around us. Lake Superior, the North Shore, wildlife, fields, flowers and forests. My new love is the night sky – the Milky Way and Northern Lights. When I’m not taking photos, you can find me on long walks with our high energy dog and my husband, Mike. I love coffee, chocolate, good books and managing our crazy household.
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What a wonderful site. You sure do a great job and we so enjoy pictures of the family. Now I just have to have you help me figure out how to print pictures off my new printer. I am a better learner with someone showing me than reading the manual. see you this weekend. Karen
I just looked at all the recent pictures and they are great. Now I have to figure out how to print them. Mary, can I print them right from your website? Looking forward to this weekend. See you then.
Brilliant, well done to that husband of yours and keep on posting. MM 🍀
Brilliant. Well done you and the hubster. This is what it’s all about!
This is Jane Pederson, Marketing Director at Glensheen Mansion. Thank you to your daughter, Sophia for a wonderful performance on Thursday night. It is so great to have the students come and play opening night of Spooktacular. We hope you enjoyed your time here at Glensheen.
Would you be willing to share your photos from the event? We would of course give you photo credit. Feel free to call me on my office line at 218-726-8925 or email me at email@example.com.
Could you please tell me if it is possible to use one of your sea smoke images in an article I am writing?
Of course I’ll give you the full credit.
Yes, you can use one of my photos as long as you provide photo credit. What is the article in regard to and where will it be published?