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"

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

"Dead Lakes I"

"Survivors"

2020 Rookery Bay Exhibition "Natural Selections"

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

"Inferno"

"Swamp Beauty"

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