Secrets of the Dawn


Who could imagine that a little over an hour ago the rather common, blue sky dotted with puffy white clouds Read More →

Rainbows in the Desert

Composite image. Base layer....Desert in Iraq provided by Ray Cooke...thanks!

Even with music filling my head through the ear buds, I could hear the rain as the large drops splatted Read More →

Message in a Bottle…#3


It washed up during the sea turtle patrol walk not far from where I turned around. Usually I walk back Read More →

Waiting for Light


I was seated on my mat waiting for class to begin. Behind me I heard a voice whisper, “I love Read More →

Successful Navigation–A Lesson From Dolphins


Dolphins sleep by using half of their brains to function in their watery world while the other half rests. While Read More →

Soul Cycling


At 5.15am it was still dark outside but it was also cooler with lower humidity than we’ve had lately so Read More →

Another World


When I attempt to write about the experience of being surrounded by thirty-three dolphins, it feels as if it’s contained Read More →

Blissed Out


I felt a nudge against my arm as I slowly swam with a group of spotted dolphins. I glanced to Read More →

Mandala of the Heart

Later I got out my camera and captured one photo from the day...and it was enough.

We were heading out to visit the dolphins and I found a quiet place at the front of the boat. Read More →

Lessons from a Sting Ray


Taking underwater photographs in bad viz is not something I’d normally attempt. Murky water and strobes yield backscatter. But when Read More →