My idea is to present, through the medium of photography, intuitive observations of the natural world, hopefully in a way which will have meaning to anyone who sees it.

It is one thing to see a picture. It is another to see something in that picture that makes one care about the natural world, as it is today, as it was in the past, and hopefully — with a little luck and no small amount of hard work on the part of a dedicated few — as it will remain in the future.

A photograph is a secret about a secret, the late Diane Arbus once said. The more it tells us, the less we know. 

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Landscapes evoke a sense of awe and majesty. A landscape photograph is a snapshot writ large; a group of photographs can awake our senses and pique our interest in the bigger picture. Here are a few landscape images from Africa, the continent where it all began.


We all have questions about the world we live in: who we are as a people, where we came from, and where we’re going. Whether it’s the future of the planet or efforts to save an endangered species in the here-and-now, our world is constantly changing and on the move.