These photographs - studies of transparency and reflection - are printed (C Prints) ~16x24 inches and face mounted with .25" plexiglass.
While creating images that capture the purity of clean flowing water – something many have never seen, much less submerged themselves into – I am very aware of the issues of scarcity, compromised quality and competition over water as a resource in general. These remain under the surface, inspiring me further to convey the restorative quality that I experience from water – visually, physically, emotionally, spiritually. Not only is it absolutely necessary for life, water provides solace to many of us who travel to be near it as a source of calm and inspiration. Living in the mountains, I sometimes forget how strong the impact of nature is on those who live apart from it. When I lived in New York City, I thrived on the smallest injection of nature's healing energy. If my images impart a little of that to even one person, I have accomplished a great deal.
I take off my shoes and socks before alighting on the trail into the sacred forest. Today this forest is almost overwhelmingly fragrant. ...
Wow, it’s been quite some time since I posted. Summer has gone and Autumn is falling fast into Winter, as we had our first freeze just this ...
On a recent evening, after a long day of work up the mountain, I stopped along my commute back down and hiked down along Glen Falls. I found...
On Tuesday, I worked late up on the mountain and then grabbed a bite to eat. As I left the Ugly Dog pub and picked up a chocolate bar at th...
There seems to be a consensus among many that God is Love. And yet, I have never heard anyone say that Love is God. I was thinking last y...
Those of you I email with are familiar with my long and always growing stack of signatures at the bottom of my outgoing mails. Last week,...
Mitigation In sanguine chador, with a hint of cerulean sky on her brow, here is a girl whose horrific suffering is offset by her refl...
I have been going to the river for years. It is where I re-find my center, my wholeness in the center of the world - the tiny dot that I...
Lately I have been clearing my place a bit, passing some things on and liberating some rocks back to the outdoors. It's been a slow pr...
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