Images of the swamps in Texas, around Caddo Lake. While most people can't imagine swamps as anything but dark and murky, they can be spectacular. Dressed in their fall colors, the bayou players form a virtual orchestra. Soloists, aspiring virtuosi, chorus, backup singers - you can find them all.
7th Fine Art Photography Awards - 3rd Place for series "Swamp Overture"

"The Flute Ensemble"

Florida Camera Club Council 2021 - Red Ribbon

2021 14th International Color Awards - Nominee

This flooded cypress tree standing in the middle of the swamps reminds me of a dancer, the flashy red skirt lifting while twirling on stage. While most people can't imagine swamps as anything but dark and murky, they can be spectacular. Come in the fall, when the colors turn orange and red, and you will be rewarded with splendid scenery. 

"La Prima Donna"

Florida Camera Club Council 2020 - Yellow Ribbon

Swamp Mystery
Swamp Mystery
Texas Two-Tone
Texas Two-Tone
Red Laces
Red Laces
Tall and Slender
Tall and Slender
Last Serenade
Last Serenade
There is always a light somewhere. Even in a densely forested area with very little daylight, a few rays can peak through and bring out the muted and subdued colors.​​​​​​​

"Undertones"

A Chorus Line
A Chorus Line
Newcomers
Newcomers
My Yellow Belt
My Yellow Belt
Tupelo fall foliage, with its colors from orange and red to yellow and gold, makes for splendid scenery. Spotting one of these trees among the grey Spanish moss is like finding a pot of gold.​​​​​​​

"Tupelo Gold"

Florida Camera Club Council 2020 - Yellow Ribbon

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2020 Annual Photography Awards - Honorable Mention

7th Fine Art Photography Awards - 3rd Place for series "Swamp Overture"

All the Brass
All the Brass
Fire on Water
Fire on Water
Cajun Troops
Cajun Troops
Breaking Through
Breaking Through
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