I am a writer/photographer-teacher who has worked as a freelance photographer, photographer for Eastman Kodak, Ranger-Naturalist for the National Park Service, and teacher of young children. My photography involves my aim to keep our generation of adults and children from becoming “The Last Child in the Woods”. My photos depict the things we, as humans, can understand: choosing partners, raising families, tenderness for our offspring, teaching and guiding the younger generation. These things are similar for all beings and helps us understand we are not so different from the non-human world: knowledge=understanding, understanding=appreciation and appreciation=preservation. There is a whole world we need to know beyond our busy human world. Acquaintance with this wild world allows us to avoid becoming the “Last Children in the Woods” as we learn from nature to understand ourselves.
My life involves the outdoors and photography. I am a wildlife-watcher and documenting what I see is the way I relive the interesting, life-changing, ah-ha moments I record in word and image. My dogs, my teaching, my photo equipment, my new horizons as a mid-life Suddenly Single Woman trying to navigate the world is what this blog is all about.
My book: Foxes at My Window is available!
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