David Dunagan

David Dunagan

David has lived in Peachtree Corners for 32 years. Once he retired in 2014, he took up photography as a hobby, with an emphasis on nature photography. He also enjoys canoeing, hiking, trips to the Smokies, and volunteer work with the Gwinnett County Juvenile Court’s Youth Diversion Program. That initiative gives first-time youthful offenders a chance to start over with a clean slate rather than getting embroiled in the justice system. He also enjoys tackling photo and video projects for his friends and family, especially his two great-nephews up in North Carolina. David is Vice President of the PCPC.


David Dunagan – Scoop and Release


David Dunagan – Merganser Goes for the Gold
David Dunagan – Cormorant Bath and Shower
David Dunagan – Predator Stare
David Dunagan – Geese Headed Upstream

David Dunagan – Great Blue Heron
David Dunagan – Robin in Park
David Dunagan – Casting Upstream

David Dunagan – 3 Anglers at Dusk
David Dunagan – Flyfishing at Jones Bridge Park
David Dunagan – Feeding Baby
David Dunagan – Cardinal
David Dunagan – Sir Winston
David Dunagan – Butterfly in Wetland
David Dunagan – Summer Tanager, Simpsonwood Park
David Dunagan – Ring-necked Ducks on Pond
David Dunagan – Mallard on Mound in River
David Dunagan – Red Canoe and Guests
David Dunagan – Snowy Doe
David Dunagan – Gray Catbird
David Dunagan – Hooded Merganser on Pond
David Dunagan – Bumbly Bee
David Dunagan – Cedar Waxwing Feeding on Berries