Author Archives: Simone Lipscomb

I am a photographer and writer and focus on the relationship between nature and humans. My life's work is dedicated to increasing awareness of the sacredness of all life and helping humans become caring, compassionate planetary stewards.

Guth na Farraige

I climbed the pathway to Dún Aonghusa. The thunderous roar of the sea meeting earth spoke to me….again the Voice. Read More →

Do Ghrá Árainn

The window from my room at the bed & breakfast overlooked the ruin. Michael, the trap and horse driver, recommended Read More →

Chasing Leprechauns

Friends ask what I’ll be doing in Ireland. My reply? Establishing residency….chasing leprechauns….exploring Celtic spirituality….connecting with wild energies of the Read More →

Waves, Wind and Light

Generally when we have a hurricane nearby it’s wet, humid, hot with southern winds…give or take a few directional degrees. Read More →

Watershed Beauty

Earlier this week I was part of a large group of individuals doing health assessments on the local manatee population. Read More →

Dance of the Sun and Moon

When I saw the sun on my bike ride this morning….as it rose over the Gulf of Mexico….it was like Read More →

Sunrise Together

For several mornings while cycling, I’ve stopped at sunrise and turned on the ‘live’ video function on Facebook and have Read More →

Frogs & Clouds–An Illuminating Experience

In preparation for a yoga and cycling retreat in Ireland, I purchased a light system for my bicycle. So when Read More →

Finding Home: The Life of Stella Sea Turtle

It’s always fun to see a project come together. The latest is another children’s book about sea turtles. It’s illustrated Read More →

Weavers Unite

Since I moved into my home over five years ago, I have given the Golden Silk Orb Weaver spiders free Read More →