Road Home“Road Home”, the sand two track leadeth the way to the peace and solace of the sea. Photographed in Truro, Cape Cod.The LookoutFrom the window I see, forever into the day. “The Lookout” photographed on Pemaquid Point, Maine.The CallingReach to “The Calling”, of the lapping Sea. Photographed in the deep of San Joseph coastline, Vancouver using B&W film.Power of the SeaThe insurgence, the power upon the sea, at first glimpse. “Power of the Sea” photographed on the northern California coast. Ponder“Ponder”, may the oceans lift my burdens. Photographed in the dunes, Truro, Cape Cod using B&W Ilford film.Beholden“Beholden”, the presence as cliffside emerges. Photographed in the deep of Nootka Island coastline, Vancouver using B&W film.The PointA storm was blowing in with dark clouds approaching, and the light was catching every ripple of the sea. The moody contrast remarkable. “The Point” photographed on Andros Island.Wind Blown“Wind Blown”, the sound captured in the essence of the sea. Photographed on Sandy Neck, Cape Cod.Temperate UtopiaAfter traversing a coastal cliff, emerged “Temperate Utopia”. Photographed in the deep of Nootka Island coastline, Vancouver using B&W film.Heart“Heart”, the simple things that blanket the earth. Lost coast, California.Path to TruroFor each, the path is unique. I could walk forever amongst you. “Path to Truro” photographed in the dunes, Truro, Cape Cod.BeyondThe island that stood and spoke to the sea. “Beyond” photographed on the Gaspe Peninsula, CanadaThe YearningWith heavenly light besides me, the National Seashore spoke again, "The Yearning". Photographed using Ilford 400 film.Taken by the TideThe grasses sway in the oceans breeze as the sounds overtake me. “Taken by the Tide” photographed using Ilford 400 film.MonheganAs the fog rose the morning sea, the tree endured the countless beat. “Monhegan” photographed on Monhegan Island Maine. The Search"The Search" continues, digging through beds of Kelp, with the sound of the Sea.DockedI was left with the lapping water to witness all that be. “Docked” photographed near Hornopiren, Patagonia.The Rising“The Rising”, drawn into the waking Acadia fog as the coastline meanders. Photographed in Acadia National Park, Maine. Rising Tide“Rising Tide” explores the relationship of air, land and sea. Photographed on Cape Cod National Seashore.GaspeThere I sat, at waters edge, with the calm of the sea to comfort. “Gaspe” photographed on the Gaspe Peninsula, Canada.TomorrowThe approach to the sea is not to be forgotten; the sand dunes, blowing grasses and the crashing sound of the waves. “Tomorrow” was photographed on the Cape Cod National Seashore.To the SkyWhen I turned and saw the path leading to the deep sky, I wanted to follow it. Photographed in the Great Sand Dunes of Colorado. Part of a greater body of work, “Paths to Somewhere”Coast Guard BeachThe line, where the sea meets land at “Coast Guard Beach”. Photographed on the National Seashore, Cape Cod using Ilford film.Beyond the Sail“Beyond the Sail” leaves me with a feeling of awe, for land, sea and sail. Photographed in Acadia National Park, Maine.