inescapable

inescapable

#stormphotography   #galaxys5   #bwphotography  

can’t take my eye off of you

can’t take my eye off of you

A Brimstone Canary; an interesting bird. The males build nests upside down to keep the snakes out. Then the females inspect the nests to see which males made the best ones and that’s how the ladies choose their mate. 🙂

#birdloversworldwide   #birds4all   #canary  

I want to see you in the night

I want to see you in the night

#tampa   #florida   #cityscapephotography  

one day a year

one day a year

Today we remember, with gratitude, the brave men and women who lost their lives while serving our country.

#memorialday2014  

happy valley

happy valley

Have a great Memorial Day weekend everyone!

#georgiamountains   #cloudfiesta  

365

365

Sunset over a marsh somewhere along the southern Georgia coast

Yes, that is a boat (wreck?) out there.

I was overwhelmed by all of the kindness of your birthday wishes for me this week. In the face of the negative press about G+, I feel like the photography community just gets stronger. I hope to be saying that again in about another 365 days. Love you all – thank you for making my world a much more interesting and beautiful place! xoxo

#landscapephotography with a nod to all of the curators 🙂 Landscape Photography Landscape Photography Show Margaret Tompkins Jim Warthman Kevin Rowe Johan Peijnenburg David Heath Williams Tom Hierl Carolyn Lim Howard L. Smith Kai Kosonen Sheila B. DuBois Toshi Nakamura David Pilasky Bill Wood 

#sunsetphotography  

#wordlessonwednesday

#wordlessonwednesday  

elevated

elevated

Tybee Island Light, Georgia, first built 1736

#lighthousephotography   #georgiacoast   #bwphotography  

through the fog

through the fog

View west from the highest point in Georgia, Brasstown Bald, 4,784 feet. I must return to this place in the fall. I got lucky that the fog/rain lifted for about half an hour today so I could see the amazing views all around. Check this place out if you are ever in the area. There is a lovely museum at the top as well.

I’ve been out for a few days, pretty much off the grid, and my internet is slow tonight too. I have a lot of catching up to do it seems. If the power stays on, I’ll keep trying tonight. 😉

First, to all my San Diego area friends – thinking of you guys and blowing the rain clouds as hard as I can in your direction. Stay safe.

This past week I was in Atlanta at a textiles conference to meet with some people from a Los Angeles area company I’ve been talking with for a while about a new project. It looks like that will finally be getting started. The discussions and planning have taken so much of my time and energy for the last few months and forced pretty much everything else to the back burner. So, I hope to be very busy with the new project but at the same time finally be able to move forward with everything else. And to be able to focus my time and priorities much better with a lot less stress. 🙂

It’s been awesome just to get back out taking photos even if it will only be for a few more days. I barely noticed all of the rain (even some hail today!)

#georgiamountains   #landscapephotography  

land of confusion

land of confusion

This was one eroding area back in December at Big Talbot. My curiosity about how much it has changed since then will soon be satisfied, at least that is (part of) the plan. Please go away July weather in May. 

#floridacoast   #talbotislands   #philcollins  😉