These links take you to photography projects that cover a long time. I will annotate the as I develop them.
Images that I captured during my Army tour (1967-1968) in South Korea.
Landscapes give a view into the self-organizing processes of nature. Geology and biology work together to give us an infinite combination of views.
Water, the sustenance of life.
Flowers provide an up close view of nature’s systemic design process.
Trees consist of more than trunks and branched. They provide homes for bugs, birds, and squirrels as well as many other functions within biological systems.
Food for much of wildlife.
Our friends with whom we share the environment.
Bridges provide an example of the systemic operation of extension and compression for the purpose of crossing some sort of open space. They offer an example of the beauty of human design.
Buildings, like bridges, represent examples of how people use the forces of nature to create systems for their own benefit.
Processes of production.
How I get to many of these scenes.
Activities for entertainment.