About

I am a recent graduate of Wheaton College in Massachusetts where I majored in Biology.  I’m currently working for NOAA in their observer program.  I’m out at sea for weeks at a time, and do my best to keep this blog up to date when I’m onshore.  I’m interested in a wide range of environmental issues, all of which I include in my content.  I am an avid photographer.  All of the images you see on this site are the property of me, the photographer.  If you would like to use any of the images you see on this site, send me a message and I can get you a credited high resolution copy.  Enjoy reading!

39 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello, Searunner. I had to check out your blog after your “like” on mine. Love your photography and love the sea. Am an avid diver and underwater photographer, although still just learning…Thanks for stopping by. Cathy

    • Thanks Cathy! I enjoyed the subjects in your blog. Diving is one thing I’d like to get into, snorkeled just about everywhere, never deeper than 20 ft… I appreciate your comment, and I’ll certainly stop by your page again!

  2. I have nominated you for The Versatile Blog Award! It’s OK if you do not accept this award, but I nominated you because I really like you blog. Visit my recent post if you do decide to accept this award, and nominate 15 or so fellow bloggers! 🙂

  3. Hi there:), just wanted to pop by with a “proper” thank you for stopping by my blog with your “Likes” and “Following”, I can assure you that it`s very much appreciated. I look forward to continue following your blog as well, I have enjoyed what I found here so far, seems like you must have a great job! Have a marvellous day:)

  4. Absolutely awesome stuff. I love the images on here.

    Don’t ask me why, but there’s just something about all things maritime that’s kind of centering. Either way, keep it up. The world is enjoying.

    • Hey thanks. Appreciate the comment. About the sea, I agree. It’s both centering and disorienting at times, but it’s always a connection to something else. Just started reading through your post on Vietnam, a place I’ve never been, but always thought about. Thanks for opening it up a little!

  5. Thanks for stopping by and choosing to follow my blog. You have some very nice photos on your site. I grew up near the beach in Florida and love being around the water. Best wishes.

    • Hi Cathy,

      Thank you so much for the nomination! Glad you’re enjoying my photography, I’m certainly enjoying your posts. I’ll check the link!

      -Stewart

  6. Hey there….I clicked ‘follow’ based on your About page alone. In other words you had me at Biology, NOAA, and ‘at sea for weeks’. Your photography will be like icing on a cake….which I happen to like and shamelessly indulge in.

      • No, I don’t work in science, I’m just immensely curious and science fills that need. I’ve also a great admiration for those who do work in science. As for boats…well, they’re just fun!

    • Thanks Michelle! I think I could manage that, I have a few kicking around somewhere. Which research boat did you go on? Provincetown is a fun place. Thanks for the likes and for stopping by!

  7. Thanks for liking my blog …. myawakeninglife.wordpress.com
    Your photos are beautiful. I look forward to seeing more of your creative talent. Interesting you just graduated from Wheaton. I am collaborating with a gal there on another project.

    • Really like the content you’ve put up so far. Great photographs. Oh, another Wheaton grad eh! What year did she graduate? It’s a small school, but I always seem to run into people who went there.

  8. Thanks for your kind words. Thanks for the follow!!! Appreciate that! Elyse Doherty is a senior this year. Brilliant gal! Spending the summer in Bar Harbor in a lab. Met her with another project I am doing at sBoxco.com.

  9. Thanks for following my blog. Sometimes it might be challenge because I write partly in Finnish, but the pictures we share speak the same universal language. 🙂 I’m following you now as well.

    • My pleasure Olli! You’re right, if there ever was a universal language, pictures are it. For everything else, there’s Google Translate.. Look forward to more of your posts, and thanks for following my blog as well!

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