This summary of my work is found at Blue Heron Review where I am the “Featured Poet” for the September issue:
Richard Havenga seeks to make the ordinary extraordinary through close, personal observations of nature. Weaving words of grace and gratitude through the tapestry of his exquisite photographs, Richard shares everyday miracles with the rigorous curiosity of a naturalist, and the immeasurable perceptions of an artist. Richard writes with a supple blend of awareness, spirituality, and discovery. Always attentive outdoors, always searching for new epiphanies of beauty, always grateful for the extravagant gifts of creation, he leads the reader-viewer along an inviting trail of words and images; gifts thoughtfully selected, and graciously given. Richard Havenga is a writer, nature photographer, poet, teacher, naturalist, and author of the blog, “Walk With Father Nature”. He’s been married to his loving wife, Mary, for 43 years. They live on ten wooded acres, on a designated “Natural Beauty” road near Cannonsburg, Michigan. Find out more about this author:
My deepest gratitude goes out to Cristina Norcross, an excellent poet and the eminent Editor of Blue Heron Review.
Please click Blue Heron Review and Cristina Norcross (above) to learn more.
Photo Location: Rogue River, (Rogue) Rockford, (Rockford) Michigan (Michigan)