I guess that this would be as good of a place to start as any. I love photography and I love the environment. When I place the two together, allows me to say what I need to say without having to use many words. As they, say, whoever they are, a picture is worth a thousand words.

Most recently, I haven’t been taking many photographs because I allowed life to get in the way, but that is about to end. I’ve been out nearly every day taking pictures for the last couple of weeks and it is quite relaxing and exhilarating at the same time. Now, my lovely wife of 15 years, is supporting me for a brief sabbatical of 2 – 3 months. During this time I will be among the ranks of the unemployed and out photographing every day, if possible.

I have already offered my services as a volunteer for a museum in York, SC. I need to return their call tomorrow.

With photography, there is so much to see, even in visiting the same place over and over and over. The more intimate that you become with a place, the more that you see. I’ve been photographing Reedy Creek Nature Preserve, off and on, for about a year and each time that I go, I find something new.

This morning is kind of cool, about 50 degrees, windy, and cloudy, so I decided to stay inside and work on my website. I’m trying to get a feeling for what type of design I’d like. I want for it to have an environmental theme.

It’s not about the camera!