My new reality, BLOGDOM

Sooo.... it has come to pass, I am starting a blog.... I have been pushed and prodded and finally inspired, to share my work.
Having no talent for the art of the written word, I am hoping my images will speak for themselves.
What I love is to photograph, what I hope is that you enjoy viewing the world through my eyes as I take you along on my journey.

Sunday, April 24, 2011


This post is dedicated to my friend and sometimes travel bud, Terry Sieg.  He died suddenly on April 17, 2011.  My last few posts on Argentina were a trip that Terry and I had done together.  These photos are from other various trips.

May this last adventure be your best Terrrry!  We all LOVE you....

We stumbled upon this heart on our walk down to the dock in Key West.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Fly Fishing on the Rio Grand

One of the reason I went to Argentina was to fly fish for sea-run brown trout on the Rio Grand with a good friend whom is an AVID fly fisherman.  I don't consider myself an angler by any stretch of the imagination, but I have dabbled in it here and there, mostly there in far away magical places.

I was the only woman on this particular trip and when we arrived the first night at the lodge, there was a lot of eye rolling by the other guys...  EEK female intruder!!  So what does a woman do with such a warm welcome?  She catches the first fish of the trip, one of the ONLY fish caught the first day, one for the record books, on a SINGLE rod, not a spay rod.  So there!  I was in, I was accepted by the fraternal order, my catch was documented in the record book.

I must also admit, it was my ONLY catch in four days of fishing...  I did manage however, to catch a few photos.

I want to note that fishing on the Rio Grand is catch and release, the flies used are barbless.