A gallery of abstract images from my visits to Dead Horse Bay in Brooklyn, New York. A slow, eroding landfill in the bay...dating back to the mid 1800’s to the early 1920’s…releasing glass bottles, horse bones and metal objects with every tide. An area that feels magical, yet eerie with the clinking of glass from the ebb and flow of the tide…
A series of impressionist images from the rooftop of my Arizona home…capturing the amazing beauty of the evening desert sunsets. Filled with mystery and wonderment, I think Marcel Proust said it best - “The real voyage of discovery consists not of seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” (entire series coming soon...)
A collection of images from my travels throughout the world in tribute to the women and men working in the fields...as a farmer's daughter I have such appreciation and gratitude for the people who have such passion for working the land and in many cases...those who don't have a choice. (an ongoing series...)
Faces encountered throughout my world travels...the human connection...it’s all about gaining their trust…approaching as a person instead of a camera…letting my smile be the guide…with permission of course.