How they create such tiny stunning works of art will remain a beautiful mystery to me. A little dew helps bring out their fine handiwork.. More examples of intricate in this weeks Weekly Photo Challenge. Advertisements
This girl. Two speeds: wide open and full stop. More ideas of motion.
Ephemeral: “Lasting for a very short time.” This applies to so many things but for me those magic golden times when the sun is rising or setting are the most captivating, transitory and intangible moments. No two alike. Ever. Driving home one early morning from a yoga retreat I had to pull over to catch this foggy … More WPC: Ephemeral
Ft. Christmas, Florida. Nothing says Florida quite like beautiful old oak trees heavy with Spanish moss. For more shadowed photos click here.
Travel + Leisure, Afar, National Geographic, Scuba Diving, Yachting, I’m not picky! Taken atop the white cliffs of Long Island, Bahamas. We were searching for a little alcove or cave we thought we had seen. We eventually found it on the other side. But the journey there was just as spectacular. Unspoiled beauty everywhere. Find … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Cover Art
Dragonflies just find me. They pose. They smile. They play. This one held me and my camera captive for what seemed like hours. Such a flirt! Check out how others are playing with light here.
I am lucky enough to live not much more than an hour away from the Ocala National Forest in central Florida. There, on beautiful Lake Kerr, is a yoga institute that I frequent. This young buck was raised by humans across the street from the institute when it was orphaned. He loves human contact and … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreamy
On a corner tucked away on a non-descript, unlandscaped, unspecial building in Delhi hangs a poster of Gandhi – not far from the Rajghat where he is memorialized. To me, no one speaks for the advancement of humanity better than Gandhi. More photos by others on the topic of Humanity.
Pushkar, India. After an hour long sunset camel ride out into the desert for a traditional Rajasthani meal, our camels got to rest and we found our spots. Just before I sat down, I turned around to find this majestic creature against the backdrop of a stunning sunset. See more photos here.
[2 photos] I was at the Amrit Yoga Institute talking to a friend who was standing on the patio of a house. I was on the other side of a short garden wall from her. We were chatting away when I looked down and found this beauty. I didn’t have my camera so I begged … More Weekly Photo Challenge – Zigzag