For thirty years, I have endeavored to photograph the story of our
natural environment. Observing the ever changing light and shapes,
I find myself drawn into the reality of place and time. Nature then
reveals its secrets to our senses and the functional aspects of
photography become secondary. From the almost timeless resolve of
a gray granite monolith to the capricious course of a floating leaf,
a slice of nature is novelized without a time scale.