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March week 1 – migrations of all types are being thwarted.

“Migration” is a concept that has been popping up in my thoughts, dreams and camera lenses this past week.  For the many species of birds that use the Pacific Flyby, it is reported that the routes north are beginning to … Continue reading

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Rivets, Rust and Rope: Remembering Our Rosies

I ran my hand over the rusting rivets as a ritual of remembrance and reverence for the women, the “Rosies,”  that changed the course of history in the Kaiser shipyards of Richmond and San Francisco as well as in many … Continue reading

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flamingos teach us the art of cooperation and coexistence

I’d like to confess to a bit of wickedness I pulled off as a 10 year old.  On a balmy summer day in upstate New York I noticed that our neighbors were away on vacation.  I sauntered onto their front … Continue reading

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August week 4 – regeneration, inspiration and wonderment.

Some things never seem to lose their ability to enchant us – crashing waves, fall colors, the songs of certain birds or tender loving words from that special person in your life.   For me the activities at the ocean’s edge … Continue reading

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November Week 1 – Feel the sea breezes and give thanks!

In 2010 the famed nature photographer Frans Lanting provided images for a National Geographic Magazine article on water. These words opened the article: “The amount of moisture on Earth has not changed. The water the dinosaurs drank millions of years … Continue reading

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May week 2 – Water and Oneing – Natural Meditations

The water’s edge is one of my favorite places for both image-making and contemplation. The gentle sounds of the water as the tide recedes, and with it, the revelation of otherwise submerged life work together as a natural guided meditation. … Continue reading

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May week 1 – Georgia on my mind

My passion for floral photography comes from my love of tracking down and snuggling up to spring wildflowers, visiting manicured New England gardens over the years with my parents, and the wild and emotive paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe. Being from … Continue reading

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Journey to Alaska – Post 2

It is called the jewel of Alaska, but it’s not found in mines and it doesn’t have a golden glitter.  It is found in the waters, along 34,000 miles of Alaskan coastline and in countless pristine lakes and flowing rivers.  … Continue reading

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May week 3 – Butterflies and Blooms

Long are their flights and short are their lives!  Butterflies. The Butterflies and Blooms Exhibit at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park has returned.  You can get close enough to the butterflies to look directly in their eyes. … Continue reading

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May Week 2 – We Have a Beautiful Mother

I am posting these images on “Mothers Day.”  This day’s origin began in 1870 with Julia Ward Howe’s call to women globally to unite and declare a day for protesting war and seeking ways of peace.  12 years after she … Continue reading

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