05.20.16 | No Comments

Here are a few pics of my backyard garden. Last time I had a garden was over 12 years ago when I lived in the East Village. I guess there are some things you don’t forget how to do. Even released a few ladybugs for organic bug control. Happy to see they are sticking around.

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Denver Botanical Gardens
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08.20.14 | No Comments

This weekend's Vermont wedding photo location.

I had a nice weekend away in Vermont, photographing a wedding and visiting my dear friend Abigail. The wedding took place on a private property with the most beautiful cut flower garden I have ever seen.

Cleome growing at the groom's family garden. Photographed a lovely wedding yesterday at a private property deep in rural Vermont.

Sophie,  the red her, comes when you call her name.

Abigail’s chicken Sophie, named after the artist Sophie Calle, comes when you call her name.


Pacific Coasting
04.12.13 | No Comments

…silly me, I packed my bathing suit, I should have packed my winter hat.  It was freezing!

perfect weather for some Spud Point crab chowda!


Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve – Guerneville, CA
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Sunrise, Sunset
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Flowers Timelapse from Katka Pruskova on Vimeo.

10.30.12 | No Comments

The day after Hurricane Sandy… a view of Manhattan from Brooklyn, shot today during our walk around the neighborhood. Prayers to everyone who is suffering from this wicked storm.

05.15.11 | No Comments

Photo by Seze, Summer 2010

forest flowers
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Photo by Seze, Summer 2010

White Dove
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photo by Seze, April 2011

A World of Ants
04.28.09 | No Comments

Photo: Alex Wild, NY Times
view gallery and article in the NY Times

tiny cactus I shot in my studio today
04.15.09 | No Comments

Eye candy of the day: Nikon Small World Photo Competition
10.16.08 | No Comments

Jose Almodovar, Diatoms (100X)

Pedro Barrios-Perez, Oxidation of III-V semiconductor through pin-hole (200X)

Charles Krebs,Wing scales of Urania riphaeus (Sunset moth) (100X)

Solvin Zankl. Kiel, Germany, Sergestes larva (deep-water decapod crustacean) (30x)

my Sea Turtles Babies Photos
09.12.08 | No Comments

One morning we work up at 5am and headed to the beach in Cirali,
Turkey. We met up with a scientist who helps the sea turtles get
through the sand and make their way to the sea after they hatched.
He let us watch the process.
It was an absolutely beautiful sight.

link to the full gallery

09.04.08 | No Comments

I am not really interested in video games but this sounds really cool.

As an intelligent romp through the sometimes contradictory realms of science, mythology, religion and hope about the universe around us, Spore both provokes and amuses. And as an agent of creativity it is a landmark. Never before have everyday people been given such extensive tools to create their digital alter ego.

-NY Times review of a new video game called Spore

I want to go to the Insectarium
08.22.08 | No Comments

Audubon Insectarium opens in New Orleans, NY Times Article

Insect photograph by Seze Devres taken at the Reading Museum in Pennsylvania, 2005

Magnolia Plantation Gardens & Audubon Swamp Reserve in South Carolina
07.02.08 | No Comments

I just came back from this heavenly place.

The Dirty Hoe Garden Shed
06.20.08 | No Comments

Ah, I miss gardening…

Striped Icebergs
05.28.08 | No Comments

Icebergs in the Antarctic area sometimes have stripes, formed by layers of snow that react to different conditions. Blue stripes are often created when a crevice in the ice sheet fills up with melt water and freezes so quickly that no bubbles form. When an iceberg falls into the sea, a layer of salty seawater can freeze to the underside. If this is rich in algae, it can form a green stripe. Brown, black and yellow lines are caused by sediment, picked up when the ice sheet grinds downhill towards the sea.

Thanks to Bryan’s dad for sending me this one, sorry I can’t find a photo credit.