A Black-bellied Plover and I. Alone on the cooling sands of the beach. Curious of one another. Looking and wondering What is it that you’re doing? Shall we stay awhile and watch together as the sun gently sinks below the horizon?
I’ve been keeping an eye on Skyfire which is an paid addition to the app The Photographer’s Empheremis on my iPhone for the past two months. Skyfire is a sunrise and sunset color predictor and can look up to three days. While not 100% perfect, it at least […]
I chased the sun as best as I could. The beach holiday was sultry. The air heavy with humidity, but that wasn’t all the air was filled with. It was filled with mosquitoes. Mosquitoes as big as hummingbirds. They were relentless, they were busy all day long from […]
There’s been a change of scenery for me. Heading to a small island off the coast of South Carolina that I never would have known about. A good friend of mine is having her wedding, and when I heard it was on the beach, there was no way […]
“Nature” is what we see— The Hill—the Afternoon— Squirrel—Eclipse— the Bumble bee— Nay—Nature is Heaven— Nature is what we hear— The Bobolink—the Sea— Thunder—the Cricket— Nay—Nature is Harmony— Nature is what we know— Yet have no art to say— So impotent Our Wisdom is To her Simplicity. by […]
The world surrounds us. Beauty is found not only in front of us, but also behind. Turn in circles and you’ll be amazed at what you see.
A Winter Sunset by Lord Alfred Douglas The frosty sky, like a furnace burning, The keen air, crisp and cold, And a sunset that splashes the clouds with gold But my heart to summer turning. Come back, sweet summer ! come back again ! I hate the snow, […]
The sloping landscapes of the Shenandoah mountains, come in many different colors. Green, yellow, orange and purple, these majestic mountains sing in beauty. Ray Charles’s rendition of America the Beautiful is the most soulful and heartfelt tribute to these Purple Mountain Majesties. Click on the image above and […]
Song for John On a windy day let’s go flying There may be no trees to rest on There may be no clouds to ride But we’ll have our wings and the wind will be with us That’s enough for me, that’s enough for me. — Yoko Ono […]
In the glowing embers of a day soon to pass. Like a Phoenix, we will renew in the dark. To shine brightly in the morn.