Birding Maine – Saying Goodbye to Shorebirds

I look forward to summer as much as anybody, but there is one sad element to the changing of the seasons: the absence of shorebirds. Shorebirds are undoubtedly my favorite group of avian species. They make their home on beaches and mudflats, where it is generally easy to see and photograph them. In addition, they…

One World, Two Feet – A Stormy Day on Okaloosa Island

Storms often create amazing conditions for beach photography. On Okaloosa Island, the spray from the waves settled into a dense fog along the sand. I loved how the lone walker’s silhouette added some perspective to the height of the waves and the dunes. See more of my photos and stories at!