Tag Archives: Simone Lipscomb

Rainbow Thursday–Part One

I awakened around 5am and climbed to the upper deck of the boat to await the dawn. A dark rain Read More →

Wednesday at Sea

April Fool’s Day The sun rose from a calming sea. Purple-blue rain clouds hung low in the sky as light Read More →


Monday the 29th Our morning out on the tender was a bumpy ride. We saw whales but none near us. Read More →

First Contact

28 March 2015 First afternoon with humpback whales. (Silence) WOW! I’m sitting on the bow of the mothership listening to Read More →

Whale Dreams

The shiny, black, massive body rolls past in the choppy, blue sea. My mind and heart are filled with humpback 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 →

Creativity Unleashed

Just a few weeks ago there was a good bit of anxiety about stepping my photography up to another level Read More →

Water & Light

Translating nature’s beauty is why I do what I do. The reason I do this is two fold. First, it Read More →

Roots & Light

The manatees have left ‘the building.’ Warm weather has given my marine mammal friends an opportunity to forage for food Read More →

Leaping Off the Cliff

Today I wrote a friend, “I feel a nudge to fly off the cliff….my toes are hanging over the edge Read More →