Wildlife Art Photography
As a photographer, there is a wanderlust to record a personal visualization of traveling our planet.
Blue crystals two hundred meters high, tower in a mega-metropolis architecture.
Lost in the compression of millions of years, the glacier moves in cracks groans like ever exploding breaks
in a dam. As ice calves off as icebergs, the sea convulses as waves push from the wall of ice, then calms to mirror reflections in a scatter of blue ice diamonds.
The lens becomes my eyes and at the speed of digital light there is clarity of senses anticipating that moment and knowing the habits of the