Bonnie Rannald is a Nevada based nature photographer who focuses her work primarily on the beauty and fragility of the Southwestern Deserts.
Bonnie’s nature photography has been exhibited in numerous venues on the state, national and international levels. She has also been featured in many well-known publications including the Las Vegas Insider Viewpoint, Golf West, & Where Magazine, Las Vegas.
In 1997, Bonnie Rannald was interviewed and featured with her photography of Red Rock Canyon on the PBS TV series, Outdoor Nevada.
She has worked with various agencies including the Clark County Conservation District, Walker Lake Interpretive Association, and Desert Research Institute.
One of the highlights of her career was to photograph the receding water lines at Walker Lake for the Running Dry Documentary by Jim Thebaut.
Bonnie continues to use her photographic skills to express the story from nature’s hand and take the viewer on a sensory rich journey through Nevada.
Photography, from greeting cards, matted images up to large framed wall art.
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