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Wild Ponies Sleeping

The Magic of Available Darkness

It’s interesting just how exciting any subject can be for me when I’m on assignment. I hadn’t thought about photographing wild ponies in available darkness before, but this night the hunt for unseen photos was flooding me with adrenaline. -read more

Oklahoma Wind Farm

I’ve seen wind farms before. But the size of this one was mind boggling. The turbines seemed to go on forever. Mile after mile, on either side of the road, these hulking titans stretched along the fields and ridges. -read more
Miss Courtney's Tearooms

Miss Courtney’s Tearooms

Ireland has one of the highest rates of celiac disease in Europe. With my gluten intolerance, I found a plethora of food I could eat . -read more
Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher

The cliffs of Moher have a 700 foot drop to the sea. Pay attention to the warning signs. -read more
Plunket St.

Plunket St. Killarney Ireland

It was the first day of sunny skies, and Killarney was alive with color. -read more
Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle

If you visit Blarney Castle, then you must kiss the Blarney Stone. -read more
Waterford Castle

Waterford Castle

After winding our way along the island for a few minutes with no signs of the castle, we were awed when the 100's year old stone structure came into sight. -read more
The man in the background, standing on the bar, was the bar tender singing.

O’Donoghue’s Pub

Pints of Guinness and Trad Irish music into the wee hours of the night. -read more
Pelicans rest on Mangrove roots in the British Virgin Islands

Mangrove and Pelicans

I had never seen Mangrove trees before this trip. With the tight schedule and quick pace we were keeping en route to the Bubbly Pool on the Island of Jost Van Dyke, I didn't have time to indulge my arboreal obsession. -read more
View from harbour of Bitter End Yacht Club.

The Bitter End

I spotted this before ever setting foot on the boat. The Island God of Composition blessed me that evening. -read more