Tag Archives: Gulf Of Mexico

All is Well…at the Center

No news reports are broadcast in my home or on the computer or any electronic device and yet it trickles Read More →

Grateful for a Fantastic Year

Photographic journey through 2017.

Don’t Be Afraid of the Light Within You*

*Luka Bloom music…..Don’t Be Afraid of the Light Within You

A Book with a Mission

She arrived early, delivered October 31st. She weighed 605 pounds…all 1500 copies. Stella the Sea Turtle was birthed and is 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 →

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 →

Going Home

One of my favorite experiences as a wildlife photographer is to be present when an animal that has been hospitalized Read More →

Waiting

As I was cycling today I dropped into inner stillness. As I pedaled and pondered, realization dawned. The angst over the Read More →

Where Wild Can Breathe

The Gulf of Mexico called me this morning. Come walk with me. So before sunrise I parked my car and set Read More →