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.

A Legacy for Our Children?

Today I watched children play along the beach. It brought back memories of when I used to romp in the Read More →

I Love the Gulf Coast

Comments from the beach Today I wanted to share an audio blog. Please click on the Comments phrase above the Read More →

Ocean Dreams

I step off the boardwalk into the soft, white, fluffy sand. The clear, blue sky allows heat from the lower Read More →

Noteworthy Quote

“The environmental crisis is an outward manifestation of a crisis of mind and spirit. There could be no greater misconception Read More →

New Requirements for Dispersant Use in Gulf Oil Spill

Today the EPA released new requirements for BP to use a less toxic dispersant since they are using so much. Read More →

Sea Turtle Impacts from Gulf Oil Spill

I listened to part of a news conference concerning the Oil Flow yesterday. Wildlife agencies reported 162 sea turtle deaths Read More →

Oil Derricks Feeding Cows?

Last night I dreamed that I was at the farm where my grandfather used to raise cattle. I looked out Read More →

BP Says Oil Spill is Tiny

The CEO of BP told a British newspaper that the oil flow in the Gulf is ‘relatively tiny’ in a Read More →

Watching An Admiral Dance on Oil-Slick Water

Reporter–So how toxic is this dispersant being used on the oil? Rear Admiral Mary Laundry–We have approved the use of Read More →

The Wildlife Death Toll….Thus Far

Eighteen birds, 87 sea turtles, 6 dolphins have been recovered dead. Seven birds have been treated and two have been Read More →