Photographs for your consideration.



Innocence. It’s delicate. Out of focus. Beautiful.


Waiting for Wings

Likin’ the Lichen


Lichens are made up of two types of life forms: a symbiotic organism (fungus) plus a photosynthetic partner (green alga or cyanobacterium). The fungus part gets its nutrients from the air and rain, the photosynthetic one makes its own food with the sun’s help. Lichens have been used in making dyes and perfumes, as well as traditional medicines.

In the presence of environmental toxins, lichens perish, but when the air is clean, they thrive. So, their prevalence in the area was very good news. I took deep breaths and snapped my photos.

Knight Bird

Awash in Light’s poetry
the pelican transforms
into wood and butter,
a feathered knight.

But when fickle Light
rescinds Her majesty,
you are treading water
and fish-hungry again.

Ready for Takeoff

The Exalted Pelican

Winner of Honorable Mention Award at the Fourth Annual Show of Shows Exhibition, Von Liebig Art Center, September 2011

Mother Nature’s “little black dress”

. . . and she’s not coming home alone tonight.