EXPOSURE

So this morning started out the same as every other. The house was still quiet (a rarity in a house full of rescues), I made my coffee, and started the typical routine of getting my eyes opened with some perusing of social media before I start my gallery work. It's always wonderful to wake up... Continue Reading →

SADDLEBACK FEAST

A group of Saddleback Caterpillar Moths (Acharia stimulea) devouring Crocosmia leaves. They blend in so well with the surrounding landscape, it's easy to miss these small creatures.

A Japanese White Eye, or Mejiro (Zosterops japonicas) in a colorful orange flowered tree at Diamond Head State Monument Park on the island of Oahu, Hawaii.

PUNTA ARENAS, CHILE

I began my journey from my home in western NC, USA. After a grueling 14+ hour flight with layovers, and then jumping on another even smaller plane for a few more hours, my travel companion and I finally arrived in the southern region of Chile - Patagonia

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