Where My Photography Began

  In going through photos for a recent project, I came across this image. I sighed and smiled. It brought back tons of memories of this place I grew to love. The one memory I always tend to forget – this place was the beginning of my photography. It was here I learned how to…

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Looking Into the Eyes of a Porcupine

  Hiking the Muleshoe National Wildlife Refuge always reveals something new. On a cool, cloudy and almost complete overcast day, we happened upon a grove of hackberry trees. After following Barry through the tall grass we came up under the trees. For some reason something made me look up to my right into the tree…

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Don’t Open Your Mouth if You Don’t Know the Facts

  Note: Ginny Phillips and I worked on saving the historic Mallet Ranch Headquarters in southwest Hockley County for over two years. As a scholar and researcher I covered all my bases with my research and we went above and beyond in showing why this historic site was important to preserve in situ. We published…

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Is it done yet?

At my recent photography exhibition, the woman who has been like a mother to me for the last 20 years was reading my bio on the wall.  Glenna turned me and got mad over the fact that I did not mention the books I have either published or been published in. I never thought to…

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