You can use your iPhone like a macro camera to offer up more than one surprise inside.
It’s always sweet to find that unexpected reward in your photographs—that unexpected extra detail to make the shot an image.
Whether you’ve already got a serious art habit, or you’re just starting to collect art, take a stroll through my new Naturescapes Shop.
If we’re open to it, we can learn patience anywhere, even from a heron modeling it on a Florida pier.
You and your camera are a team, with a few simple tricks of good timing.
Two views show how Florida skies display harmony with the sunset’s color palette.
A short tale of finding what I wasn’t searching for, with a twist—of color.
Creativity offers the allure of many twists and turns. We can’t really have it all, though, can we? Isn’t choice inevitable?
Our moments, our thoughts, our experiences and our time on earth, like nature, are fleeting, ever-moving. We can learn from that.
When you’re in a car, itching to shoot what’s flashing by, but there’s a window and 75 mph between you and your fast-moving subjects, you can still shoot the scenery with these pro tips.
When life becomes too frantic, we can take a lesson from nature’s humblest creatures to find stillness in the wild.
There’s one color that consistently belongs to Austin in every season, and in spring, even more so.
The tenacious, thorny Texas thistle beguiles us with its huge pink pom-poms, so we’ll tolerate its presence.
For inspiration, all you need is patience to see what remains.
Each spring the Texas Hill Country wildflowers I await most fervently return. They’re here . . . !