A White Crown

Winter-Spring | Haslet, Texas

North Texas hosts White-crowned Sparrows every winter and spring - my house in particular. Join me in my latest photography collection as I chronicle their transformation from winter when they first arrive to late spring when they depart.

A male White-crowned Sparrow eating seed in my backyard

Tulip Droplets

Mar 2020 | Grapevine, Texas

A light rain and sun canopy on an early spring day is the perfect time for photographing water droplets on tulips.

Photography of rain droplets on tulips

Droplets on Grass

Feb 2020 | Haslet, Texas

My first collection of the new year is macro photography of water droplets appearing to be frozen in time on spider's web woven at ground level.

Photography of a Water droplet freezing in place

Water on Grass

Dec 2019 | Haslet, Texas

Moisture mixing with beautiful Texas sunlight, and frigid winter morning temperatures equals water droplet photography with the macro lens.

Photography of a Water droplet freezing in place

Unfeathered Wings

Late summer and early fall | North Texas

You have to be creative as a nature photographer when the birds are nesting. Lucky for me, nature provides an infinite amount of natural beauty and splendor despite the nagging Texas heat. Enjoy the many moths, butterflies, dragonflies and more photographed close to my home and near my office.

An orange and black moth photographed in Haslet Texas

True Texas

48 miles

True Texas is a collection of flower, bird, and nature photography taken during my 48 mile commute from Haslet to Frisco Texas each day.

A rose from my rose bush

A Wild March

Haslet, Texas

I guess Spring seemed to have started early this 2019 allowing me to dust off the macro lens and take advantage of the North Texas wildflowers in full bloom.

A photo of a Wildflower in Haslet Texas

Tuft Love

New York City 2019

One can only smile at these blue gray, wide-eyed, misfits of the bird kingdom. I know I did! Explore my many photographs of the pudgy cuteness known as the Tuft Titmouse.

A Tuft Titmouse - New York City 2019

Uncommon Commons
(2018 Edition)

Central and North Texas Birding during 2018

This photography series includes some of my best bird photography for the year which has yet to be showcased on my blog or previous series.

A Common Yellowthroat hunting for grub at the edge of a pond

Texas Strong

Haslet and Frisco Texas

Join me as I proudly share photography of my state bird - the Lone Star Texas Mockingbird

Texas mockingbird on top of a visitor parking sign

Raindrops on Roses

Haslet, Texas

Most Texan summers have brought heat and very little rain to the rose bush in my backyard, but 2018 seems to have been an exception.

Raindrops on a pink rose

Summer Babes

New York City & Texas

Summer is the time for hatchlings to emerge as fully-capable juveniles. The following series captures birds from New York City's majestic Central Park and the Dallas / Fort Worth area from which I live. You might be surprised that not all birds captured sport the colorful plumage we are all familiar with.

A house finch feeds an infant

Lake Grapevine

2017 & 2018 | Lake Grapevine, Texas

Dynamic clouds or weather conditions prompt to plan a photoshoot for the morning or at night. Join me in my photography session of Lake Grapevine, Texas at blue and golden hours of the day.

The sun sets over Lake Grapevine, Texas

Frisco Waterbirds

July 2018 | Frisco, Tx

Songbirds may be silent during the summer, but the Egrets and Herons are happily hunting for fish. Enjoy my collection of waterbirds captured around Warren Parkway and the Dallas North Tollway.

NYC currents

June 2018 | New York City, NYC

The most thrilling part to New York City is her unbreakable bond between steel and water.

Intense reflections

June 2018 | New York City, NYC

I went to New York City for a photography conference and came back home to little Haslet, Texas with a vision. I had walked with strangers practically my entire time visiting NYC. I did a little bit of photography on the street, but just felt as if my digital camera was getting in the way of what I wanted to do. So I took out my camera from my backpack during my bus trip back to the airport and began snapping away.