Photo Essay: Chincoteague and Assateague in 12 Shots

It’s hard to summarize my favorite relaxation spot, Chincoteague Island, VA in less than a several hundred photographs.  But because I know you don’t want to sit through an entire slideshow, I’ve chosen 12 (I tried to only pick 10) of my favorite photos from my trip last month to Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge andContinue reading “Photo Essay: Chincoteague and Assateague in 12 Shots”

Captivated by God’s Ravens

I’m what most people would call an animal-lover.  While I eat meat and don’t show up at PETA protects, I take care of my two dogs, cockatiel, and fish giving them lots of love and attention.  Outside of my apartment, I take in the birds of the air and the beasts of the ground, butContinue reading “Captivated by God’s Ravens”

Sunday Sunset

This week’s Sunday Sunset is actually a Tuesday Sunrise, but it’s still beautiful so I figured you woudln’t mind.  Plus, it’s my blog and I make all the rules!  These pictures were taken on Tuesday morning as we were driving towards Philadelphia.  As we went through Limerick (isn’t that a cute name for a town?),Continue reading “Sunday Sunset”

Morning Fog by Shayna Skalicky

“Morning Fog” by Shayna Skalicky Shayna Skalicky is a Children’s Ministry Director, and loves the time she spends building faithful families. She is the proud mom of Jake, a Black Lab. When she’s not in the office, you can catch her working her other job at REI, biking, hanging out with friends, spending time atContinue reading “Morning Fog by Shayna Skalicky”

Brandon Heath :: Social Activist

By Amy Sondova Fresh from Ireland and getting ready to play at a convention in Orlando, Brandon Heath caught up with me on his way to a sound check. “I actually called you 10 minutes late on my schedule,” he sheepishly admits. Such is the busy life of a musician on the precipice of releasingContinue reading “Brandon Heath :: Social Activist”

Photo Essay :: The Ocean

Photography of Dirk Bolle, Amy Sondova, & Katie Tang. “Roll on, deep and dark blue ocean, roll. Ten thousand fleets sweep over thee in vain. Man marks the earth with ruin, but his control stops with the shore.”–Lord Byron “Blue, green, grey, white, or black; smooth, ruffled, or mountainous; that ocean is not silent”–H. P.Continue reading “Photo Essay :: The Ocean”

Beauty Divine, Twice Daily

When the sky is clear or even partly cloudy, humans have the opportunity to witness one of nature’s greatest wonders–the rising of the sun in the east and the place of its setting in the west. While I’m not usually awake early enough to catch too many sunrises, each evening I stare in awe atContinue reading “Beauty Divine, Twice Daily”