This image took so much time to get right, I just want some one else to look at it.
Obsessed with yellow chairs.
I think it is an abandoned train station. I think it is in New Mexico. But...
I don't know what these are and I can't remember where exactly they were.
Three sequential shots of Grand Isle.
I have a thing for trash cans, I can't help it. The ones in Florida, during this trip, really fascinated me. This might not actually be St. Petersburg, but its somewhere around there, under an overpass, I think.
I had to stop and take some pictures when I found myself in Sun Village!
When we lived by closer to the ocean, we would sail occasionally. I took a film camera on one such trip and this is my favorite shot.
I have what feels like a bazillion underwater photos, mostly macros of slow moving critters. So here is a small collection of animals with strange eyes from Wakatobi, Sulawesi Tenggara, Indonesia. Starting with the green lightning of the dwarf lionfish.
The crocodilefish is fun to shoot, with their pajama pattern, long, grumpy face, and pretty low-key demeanor, but their eyes are world famous. Apparently, that lacy iris helps them camouflage.
These Porcupinefish are possibly the sweetest looking little ones ever! All of there eyes were glittery.
These two, the mantis shrimp and the cuttle fish are probably my two favorite animals and they both have crazy eyes!