Tag Archives: Nature

Lessons from a Sting Ray

Taking underwater photographs in bad viz is not something I’d normally attempt. Murky water and strobes yield backscatter. But when Read More →

Reflections

Thunderheads were building in the distance as I walked down to the beach with my tripod and camera gear. After Read More →

Ah-Ha Moment!

Decades ago I had a vision of living alone in a cottage as an older woman. I can’t remember the Read More →

Truth…Where Are You?

Today I was reminded of how a lack of clarity can be brutal to a person’s psyche. It’s just been Read More →

Mystical Predictions

An email came from our team leaders this week about our schedule. I replied to everyone that we were going Read More →

Bless the Space

A new book has just begun the process of being birthed. For a few weeks I’ve been organizing my mind Read More →

Whale Sharks

One of the most beautiful creatures on the planet, in my opinion, is the whale shark. The patterns of each Read More →

Around the Bend….

“What I love most about rivers is: You can’t step in the same river twice The water’s always changing, always Read More →

In Defense of Place

Experiencing a sense of place helps us connect who we are to the land, water, wildlife…all life…in an area. It Read More →

Cottontails, Cardinals and a Cottonmouth

The air was heavy with thick fog hovering over the marsh. Spider webs glowed silver in the pre-dawn light, shining Read More →