Fall is slowly coming to Florida, and the leaves are changing just a tiny little bit. Soft morning light illuminates the scene and makes them stand out.

"Fall at Indian Lake"

2021 International Publication 1x.com

2012 Florida Camera Club Council - Red Ribbon

2021 Chromatic Awards - Honorable Mention

2021 Tokyo International Foto Awards – Official Selection

2021 Annual Photography Awards - Honorable Mention​​​​​​​

2022 15th International Color Awards - Nominee

Thin rhizomes are leading out of the darkness of the water and anchor the first thin leaves. This is the humble beginning of a water nymph, a beautiful plant with showy flowers that delights every viewer.

"Beginning"

2021 Artscore Selection Arts Limited

2021 Florida Camera Club Council - Yellow Ribbon

2021 ND Awards - Honorable Mention

2021  Budapest International Foto Award - Gold Medal

2022 Juried Exhibition "Natural Selections" Rookery Bay, 3rd Place

2021 Tokyo International Foto Awards – Honorable Mention

2021 Annual Photography Awards - Honorable Mention

2022 The Independent Photographer "Black & White" - Finalist

2022 Monovisions Photography Award - Honorable Mention


"Treebeard"
"Treebeard"
"Cypress in the Lake"
"Cypress in the Lake"
Foggy Florida
Some of these rare winter mornings when fog rises from the lakes and enshrouds everything in mystery.
Twilight Fog
Twilight Fog
Fog over Green Cay
Fog over Green Cay
First Foursome
First Foursome
Mystery World
Mystery World
Perfect Cover
Perfect Cover
Florida, whether coastal or inland, is water. It's rivers, creeks, and famously, it's swamps. Yes, we have cattle, and cowboys and rodeos, and birds, but the essence of Florida is water. Fresh or stagnant, salty or murky, it is our lifeline.

"Over and Under"

"On a Hot Summer Day"

2022 Naples Camera Club - Yellow Ribbon

"River of Grass"

Fisheating Creek is a tributary to Lake Okechobee and one of its largest natural sources. The name is roughly translated from the Seminole "the creek where fish are eaten".
At Fisheating Creek - I
At Fisheating Creek - I
At Fisheating Creek - II
At Fisheating Creek - II
At Fisheating Creek - III
At Fisheating Creek - III
At Fisheating Creek - IV
At Fisheating Creek - IV
A quiet and slightly hazy morning on a golf course in Florida; the still water reflecting the palm trees and bushes. No one is awake yet.

"Hazy Morning"

Nominee International Black & White Spider Awards 2018

Exhibition 2019 Collier County Boardroom "Artist of the Month"

International Fine Art Photography Awards 2019 - Nominee

"Down by the River"


"Dead Lakes"

"Survivors"

2020 Rookery Bay Exhibition "Natural Selections"

2022 The Independent Photographer - Editor's Pick

Scenes from the Everglades
Sunrise in Mono
Sunrise in Mono
A Hint of Color
A Hint of Color
Pine Island Sunset
Pine Island Sunset
Everglades Sunrise
Everglades Sunrise
River of Grass
River of Grass
Everglades Morning
Everglades Morning
Encantado
Encantado
Palmetto
Palmetto
After the Storm
After the Storm

"Swamp Sunrise"

Rainy Season
Rainy Season
Swamp Tapestry
Swamp Tapestry
Roots
Roots
Upper Myakka Lake View
Upper Myakka Lake View
Touching
Touching
Branching Out
Branching Out
Pink Muhly (Muhlenbergia capillaris) can stop traffic when in bloom. It is one of the most beautiful native grasses and grows just as easily in inhospitable areas as in well-tended gardens. 
Primarily at home in the southern U.S. and Mexico, it is a good choice for low-water landscapes and tolerant to high salinity.

"Pink Muhly"

2019 Rookery Bay Juried Exhibit "Intersection of Man and Nature"

2019 Collier County Boardroom "Artist of the Month"

2019 Naples Camera Club - Yellow Ribbon

"Sunset at Harns Marsh"
"Sunset at Harns Marsh"
"Inferno"
"Inferno"

"Swamp Beauty"

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