i took a lot of pictures while i was on a boat for ten days. if you had to scroll down through every photo i took of water while attempting to get a dolphin photo, you’d be here for a few hours. i’m only giving you a few of the water shots, so you . . . → Read More: camera shy
my posts will be short and infrequent this week as i readjust to life on land. xoxo
other posts you may enjoy:glass overflowing~this moment~ snow on cherry blossomsbullet points
photo-heavy post in which i attempt to recreate a once-in-a-lifetime experience for my readers. you kinda had to be there, but… this is my best representation of what it was like, to see them coming from the distance, from far away off the port side. wait, what? we’re 21 nautical miles offshore, . . . → Read More: dolphin day
~a friday ritual~
a photo capturing a moment from (technically, last) week.
a simple, special moment.
a moment i want to pause, savor and remember.
other posts you may enjoy:~this moment~~this moment~quinn’s seventh month6 month garden time lapse
a portrait of the artist as a ctenophore
i have been fascinated by bioluminescence since long before i knew it by that name. one of the best things about growing up in the northeastern united states on a farm with big grassy meadows was the abundance of . . . → Read More: bioluminescence
there was a progression. i was going to be an artist when i grew up. then i was introduced to the ocean… myself the artist drew a lot about the ocean. i ended up a biologist, who dabbles in scientific illustration. i think at some point i was planning on training dolphins. then . . . → Read More: the dolphin progression
“did you, did you do, did you do all you could?” ~ani difranco
this week i was finally able to make it to a showing of the documentary the cove. now that it has won an oscar and all sorts of other awards, you hardly need me to tell you how amazingly well put together . . . → Read More: the cove