Nature – life, finds a way. How true a statement that is indeed. Despite the snow surrounding the tender shoots, daffodils are triumphantly sprouting towards the glorious spring sunshine, unabated and unabashed. Another month and they’ll be fading away, allowing the peonies to step into their deserved late spring spotlight.
Mexico City, 1995: At an exhibit of photographs of the Spanish Civil War, a man tentatively approaches Jerald R. Green, a professor of Spanish and Mexican art. He tells Professor Green that he believes he has more than two thousand negatives by Robert Capa, who has been dead for over forty years. For decades Cornell…
If you live in Central Ontario, you know that winter doesn’t really end with the arrival of March. I remember a May 2-4 weekend that was spent looking out the window at a wicked winter storm ravaging newly emerged leaf buds and shocked daffodils. I’ve learned long ago to enjoy what winter brings, good and otherwise, for as long as she decides to hang around.
I cherish living in a wooded, rural locale that affords me the enjoyment of all 4 seasons: I wouldn’t trade it for any other clime!
The world through the lens of Stephen Hung, a retired engineer turned nature lover and photographer, is a beautiful and dramatic place.
Travel blogger Nav Samedi has written on his adventures in destinations from Argentina to Iceland. Here, he shares a stunning shot of a humpback whale off the coast of Antarctica.