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.

Today is World Ocean Day, BP Gives Profits (?) to Wildlife, Super-Weeds

BP announced yesterday it would give net profits from the oil being pumped from Deepwater Horizon to Gulf Coast wildlife. Read More →

BP’s a Corporation?

At 2.30am I was dreaming about blobs of thick, oozing oil on the white sand with the sound of helicopters Read More →

It’s the End of the World As We Know It

I’m not sure I need to write anything as the picture of the shell pretty much says it all. Is Read More →

Coming Out of Denial in Coastal Alabama

For the past several weeks the threat of oil washing ashore on the Alabama coast was not a reality so Read More →

BP is FAILING at Clean-up–Let’s Clean Our Own Beaches!

I called in these oil blobs to the NWR staff and the toll free hotline for oiled shoreline from the Read More →

Lessons from a Ghost Crab

Two days ago I sat on the beach and watched a ghost crab at the water’s edge digging a burrow. Read More →

Oil Arrives at Fort Morgan, Alabama

Oil arrives

I have been walking the beach at Fort Morgan every day this week and this afternoon, as I watched a Read More →

Tony Hayward of BP Wants His Life Back…Coast Guard Clueless…What Next?

My brother and I went to a public forum in Mobile last night. It was hosted by SeaGrant and consisted Read More →

Coastal Defense — Crime Scene at the Fort

The guns and red brick walls of Ft Morgan once fortified the east side of the mouth of Mobile Bay Read More →

Where Are the Wild Things?

I’ve been on the Gulf Coast for over two weeks now. I wanted to come home to document, through photography, Read More →