Tag Archives: biodiversity


Summer’s End

Dusk comes earlier, everyone around me seems more hurried, the end of summer is closer.  The firefly below is gone now, but it sparks memories of later sunsets, louder crickets and longer evenings.  Firefly | […]

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The Still Point

I don’t try to anthropomorphize the animals I photograph, but many viewer’s do with this ant. It’s my most popular insect image, and many people feel an emotional connection. A print is in a dozen […]

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