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Originally from Geneva Switzerland, Nicole M. Zenhausern passion for photography started at the early age of 10 with her first camera.

After many years photographing her children growing up and many places they visited in the World she dove into landscape photography of the Southwest and night photography. She designs her own personal photo-tours including hiking and camping. She also enjoy capturing the beauty of the Salt River Wild horses near Phoenix Arizona. Residing in Fountain Hills AZ with her family since 1999 she is fortunate to have a second home in the village of Oak Creek near Sedona allowing her to photograph the beautiful landscapes of Sedona.

The main focus of her photography lies in the magnificent landscapes of the Southwest with its mountains, canyons, flowers and wildlife. Overseas travels let her expand her horizon.

She received awards from the Fountain Hills Art League and some of her photography have been exhibited at the Emerson Gallery in Fountain Hills, the Fountain Hills Community center and the Sedona Art Center.