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.

My voice, your voice

I was reminded today that each of us has our own, unique voice. Words you use might be different from Read More →

A Personal Issue–A Question

I realize I am taking the oil flow/spill and the resulting environmental catastrophe very personally. I was discussing this with Read More →


One of my friends keeps reminding me to breathe. I hadn’t realized that I’d been holding my breath but looking Read More →

Number Crunching

When the oil rig blew out on April 20th sea water rocketed 240 feet into the air before methane gas Read More →

The Smell of Money

Years ago my grandfather told me that the smell of cow manure or pig manure was the smell of money. Read More →

What are we thinking?

My heart is heavy with grief. The ongoing oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico weighs on me and I Read More →