Tag Archives: Nature’s Teachings

Eating Cookies, Looking for Crocodiles

The title is no joke. That’s exactly what was happening in my world this morning before diving at Cenote Carwash. Read More →

Yes, You!

I have struggled for a very long time with acknowledging the value of the work coming through me. People say, Read More →

Work With What You Have

The moon was supposed to be in crescent phase. No clouds were forecast. I was ready to play with stars! Read More →

Go Gently

So great is the darkness the only way I can see the hatchlings is to rest on my hands and knees. Read More →

Ridiculous Beauty of the Dawn

Take a chance. Risk the extra burden. So what if the sand is soft and your burden is more difficult Read More →

This is the Time

This is the time I love. When all is quiet except the sea. The only voices I hear are in Read More →

Turtles, Stars, Sand and Sea

In the dark of the night a faint glow emitted from the snow-white sand. From a celestial or mundane source? Read More →

Magic of Life

I’ve often said that photography is my ‘excuse’ to connect with nature. When looking through my artist eyes I go Read More →

On Becoming a Pearl

One grain of sand is the beginning of a precious gem. We might not see a grain of sand as precious if Read More →

Sea Turtle Wisdom

This is my fifth season volunteering in Alabama’s sea turtle program and the magic of sea turtles emerging from over Read More →