Photo Gallery

For most of her life Luci has felt compelled to pay attention to the landscapes of life (the word “attention” is derived from the Latin ad-tendere—”to stretch towards”). The word pictures found in her poems and essays is matched by the colors and textures and contrasts found in her nature and scenic photography. She is convinced that the framing of a vision through the camera’s view-finder has developed her eye for composition (many of her book covers display her own photography) and for understanding spatial relationships (the way a poem appears on the page is also crucial to her). Her poems and photos are companions, each contributing imaginatively to the other. The discovery of form and detail is the key to both. They celebrate Creation in all its diversity.


Picture Lake

Water weeds, Picture Lake

Oak Leaves, Fall, Bellingham

Morning mist, Bellingham, Waterfront

Blue Irises

Maple leaves, Spring

Overhang, Canyon de Chelly, AZ

Overhang, Canyon de Chelly, AZ

Cotswolds, UK

Garden, Isle of Wight

Garden, Isle of Wight

Bridge in the Cotswolds, England

Gargoyles, Exeter Cathedral, England

Marsh in Summer, Pend d’Oreille National Forest, WA

Poppies: Spring, Bellingham, WA

Wild pea vine, Lummi Island, WA

Stream of Stones, Lummi Island, WA

Fishing boats in harbor, Collioure, France

Waterfront, Collioure, France

Castle interior, Collioure, France

Mist over mountain, Caunes- Minervois, France

Cornus kousa,
my front garden

Hellebores, my front garden

Siberian iris, my front garden

Sun and shadow on green, Maui

Poppy Red

Alpines, Starburst of blue and pink

Bee on blue

Bee on lavendar