Musings of a roaming nature nerd

Life with a photograph

And then there are moments, days, weeks when words do not come. So we snap away, capturing a blurred time in crisp imagery. We reconnect, we remember, we experience it all again through our images. A naturalist savors the details and the unhurried pace of prolonged observation. Thus the photograph becomes a medium for discovery. Observing forever one moment in time.

The Pacific


River rocks


Sarcodes sanguinea / A Snow Plant busily not photosynthesizing, but rather feeding off the damp decaying matter underneath it. Awesome!


Aquilegia formosa / Scarlet Columbine


A gigantic praying mantis, rescued by my mom from a parking lot in PA.


Milkweed bug babies


Water striders and their lovely concentric circles


Montropa uniflora/ Indian Pipe also busily not photosynthesizing!


A warm summer morning


New Hampshire, where the nomadic naturalist took her first steps...


Northern New Hampshire

2 Responses

  1. david (not boy)

    absolutely gorgeous…

    September 18, 2011 at 6:48 am

    • annie

      Thanks Dave :) I hope we can have a photo date together sometime soon.

      September 26, 2011 at 7:49 pm