Enjoy the beauty of living things, representing the purest form of love.
“Our task must be to free ourselves… by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and it’s beauty.”
"Lipstick Fiasco." A colorful close-up of a keel-billed toucan who looks like she suffered from a makeup disaster applying lipstick. But she believes she is beautiful. Who am I to judge?
"Patience." A zen-like setting of a snowy egret sitting patiently. Mindful wall art that reinforces being at peace with oneself and the world.
"Tinkle." A funny moment in time captured. The perfect way to decorate your guest bathroom for smiles and giggles.
"Reflecting on Growth." Each year, the National Wildlife Refuge floods fields at Bosque del Apache to support the sandhill crane migration. I love cottonwood trees, and this image is one of my favorites. The grass in the water seemingly fills in the reflection of the tree's branches. A surreal image perfect for bird lovers.
"Seeing Oneself." We rely on mirrors almost everyday. I wonder if this quail understood its beauty, and hope you see yours clearly too.
"Owning It." A simple and powerful message, the striking red Cardinal exudes that sense of knowing his place and owning it.
"Silhouette of Harmony." Ross' snow geese lift off from a pond at Bosque del Apache early in the morning before sunrise in a silhouette of motion. Enjoy all there is to see between the calm of the water and the energy of flight in this wall art.
"I can save you 15% or more." He sure does look like the Geico gecko. While photographing orchids in a greenhouse in Honolulu, I noticed this gecko curious as to what I was doing. So when this guy catches your eye and poses, how can you pass up a supermodel?
"Take a Chance." Seldom do most of us see a roadrunner in flight with the rich colors of his feathers displayed. He urges us to push past our comfort zone.
"Self-awareness."Two black vultures sit patiently in a tree waiting for the rain to subside. These are shy, quiet creatures who've been widely stereotyped. Let these vultures be a symbol for you to defy the labels others give you and remind you to question your own prejudices.
"Off You Pop." A winter flock of yellow-headed blackbirds pops out of a marsh in an evening show before settling into the reeds for the night.Talk about being in the right place at the right time.
"Salvaged." A herd of American bison wait out subzero temperatures in a snowstorm in Teton National Park. This photo appears like a salvaged historical print found in an abandoned cabin, and the bison represent the story of salvation.