Tag Archives: Manatees

Grateful for a Fantastic Year

Photographic journey through 2017.

Watershed Beauty

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

Vision of the Path

It’s easy to write about beauty and adventures into underwater places. That’s my happy place…the blissful realm where I feel Read More →

Lasting Treasure

Some times I find myself working too hard to figure things out. That’s been the case with my feeling of Read More →

Threshold Friend

It’s not about what I¬†should do. It’s about what my passion calls me to with such force and magnetism that Read More →

The Connection

Floating motionless in the water I waited. She must have felt my invitation as she slowly turned and swam toward Read More →


The clock proclaimed sunrise but heavy clouds hung close so dawn’s light was slow to brighten the day. Silently I Read More →

Eye Contact

While hovering over a coral reef in the Caribbean, I spot a blenny. The small fish, perhaps an inch long Read More →

Finding Eden

Two days ago I passed the tunnel. Actually, it was a large culvert, partially filled with water, that goes under Read More →

Honoring Magnolia & Manatees

Volunteering for the love of manatees is amazing and life-changing experience. Thank you community of Magnolia Springs, Alabama! You are Read More →