Okefenokee West NWR [3.17:1]
Julington Creek – Jacksonville, FL Early one Sunday morning I realized what people experience during worship in a cathedral. I anchored my kayak and marveled at the splendor before me. The stillness of the moment infused my body and I was at peace.
Sisters Creek, 2012 Archival pigment print 24” x 16” The cooling towers of the St. Johns River Power park loom over the salt marshes of Sisters Creek and the surrounding landscape. A prominent visual fixture constructed in 1987, the massive hyperbolic concrete structures are symbolic of the failures of nuclear power and our insatiable need for energy. Power plants are placed in remote areas because they are inherently dangerous to people and living things. Our presence is indelibly marked.
The AT&T (Everbank) building is one of my favorites because of the building’s geometry. As you walk around, the structure and windows create different patterns and forms. The right sky can add to the drama of the composition.
Baskins Creek Trail, Great Smoky Mountains NP, Autumn Stillness-5
Pisgah NF - SR 276
Grand Prismatic Spring
One Spark Festival, Jacksonville FL
Red Chair Project, Jacksonville FL
Blu Gras, Jacksonville FL