Large photographs from my new printer are appearing everywhere. This one, 32 x 89 inches is in the conference room of Clarus Consulting. You will see new photography of Grass Lands at the headquarters of Cracker Barrel in Lebanon, TN; by the elevators at Sloss Realty, in the meeting rooms of Protective Life and the Lakeshore branch of National Bank of Commerce.
This photograph is from Natural Bridge, a very unique longleaf property for sale that Mark Bailey and I are working to place with a good conservation buyer. At least someone who will keep burning it and maybe add some woodpeckers.
The longleaf pine ecosystem is one of the most diverse in North America, second only to the rain forest. This fire maintained forest of the Coastal Plain is experiencing a restoration movement lead by the Longleaf Alliance. The book has been a work in progress since 2005 and was created as a celebration of the efforts of the Longleaf Alliance. We are very proud to have this book published by the University of North Carolina Press, they have done a remarkable job. You can order books through this web site or send me an email for quantity orders and discounts. email@example.com
Smithsonian Magazine published a major story on the Cahaba River in the August issue! Michelle Nihjuis spent a week with us exploring the river and getting a full dose of Cahaba 101. She did an amazing job of sifting through huge amounts of information to write a great story about the river. I loved working with her and really loved photographing a place I care so much about. You can view the article here.
Recently the writer Todd Keith accompanied geologist Jim Lacefieldto the Locust Fork to learn about one of the world’s oldest rivers. You can read Todd’s article and see the video at the Thicket webiste. http://thicketmag.com/content/?p=353