living with the sea


I recently had the opportunity to visit San Salvador a few weeks ago. It's one of those rare opportunities where I was set loose with my little Nikon D3300. This is what I saw.  

One night

Everyone you love will dead.

In the shadows

Some time ago I wrote a very bizarre yet humorous script. I called it "The Melancholy of Suzanna Turnquest", or something like that. That was nearly six years ago. Today rehearsals are underway. Funny. It's a play about revenge, family,... Continue Reading →

The Sun

What's not to like about the golden hour?  


Who needs words on Christmas? And of course the moon.


On October 1, 2015 Hurricane Joaquin descended on the central and southeastern Bahamas. The storm was the stuff of nightmares for the thousands of unsuspecting residents on Crooked Island, Acklins, Long Cay, San Salvador, Rum Cay and Long Island. It... Continue Reading →


So I went by the beach at sunset hoping to capture the stars, but it turned out to beĀ overcast. So no stars, only clouds. The sun was gone and there was little light, but it was still a beautiful scene.... Continue Reading →

The night

Hello.   When we look into the night and into the heavens how small we must feel. The night reminds us that even darkness can be beautiful. It reminds me of that anyway. There's something about night photography and they... Continue Reading →

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