The life of a photographer who likes to shoot just about anything.


Recently I photographed students hard at work, looking for fossils in a creek in Central New Jersey. An area of interest for me has always been science – especially astronomy – so I was excited to be working on this project. The area where we were standing was once a coastline. They found shark teeth and other marine life specimens – I don’t remember all the scientific names that were hurled around – but they did discover a lot of “leavarites”. That’s short for “leave-it-right-there”, aka, it’s not a fossil.

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