My vision for this series started with a weekend on Little St. Simons Island, a preserve off the coast of Georgia, in October 2021.
The focus was to capture the migration of the tree swallows and photograph the stunning landscapes on the island. I learned that each fall the swallows start their migration from the Northeast and travel to South America. Little St. Simons Island offers them the perfect environment to rest and graze on the abundant wax myrtle berries found on the island. It was just breathtaking to see the masses of swallows flying overhead, filling the skies and the beach by the thousands. So small, yet so mighty.
The breathtaking landscapes are some of the best that the low country has to offer and what makes this part of the world so special. I love being able to share all of this beauty with others through my artwork.
Please tread lightly on our planet as we only have one. It’s so great to see the work being done to preserve what mother nature has created on Little St. Simon’s Island for all of us to enjoy.
Low Country Reflections
Grass & Sky
Come and take a walk!
Tree Swallows Fall Migration
Swallows on Main Beach