I like to draw from textures and patterns seen in the natural world massaging out a sense of mystery and Divinity.  I like to drift into the ethers of my imagination rendering me unfettered in a limitless creative environment.  Sometimes it feels like I am partnered with the Divine on a journey into Mystery and Beauty. Ansel Adams said that he considered his negatives the raw material for his work. Similarly, my photographs are a "leaning into" space where the creative journey opens. My Muse, when she comes to visit, is a wonderful and magical entity … Edward Babcock

Tallahassee, Florida