Inspired by A Day in the Life series of books co-created by Rick Smolan, a former Time, LIFE, and National Geographic photographer, and publisher David Elliot Cohen, I set out to capture little snippets of life here on the Space Coast of Florida. How do you capture the essence of the lifestyle where we live and work in just a few photographs? I didn’t know exactly where to start, but I set a goal to capture the essence the Space Coast in just 30 days. Continue reading
Share the beauty of our natural resources . . .
One of the most important environmental challenges we face as a nation is the protection of our natural waterways. And in Florida, it doesn’t get any more challenging than restoring the 156 mile long Indian River Lagoon on Florida’s East coast. The Indian River Lagoon is one of North America’s most diverse estuaries with more than 4000 species of plants and animals, including 35 that are listed as threatened or endangered — more than any other estuary in North America. Continue reading
Divine Art Therapy – a sunrise walk on the beach.
The wind was a little cold as we left our garage so early in the morning. Not very cold by most people’s standards, but a little cold for a Florida morning. It was still dark. Continue reading
Micro Storm – in the right place at the right time with the right camera
It is fitting that my Micro Storm photo is my first post on this blog. It was a first for me in a lot of ways… first photo I ever sold, first time I really believed the best camera is the one you have with you, first high-profile award winning image, and the first time I have ever seen such a sight!