J. Ryan Shipley

            While on quick afternoon jungle jaunt along Irish Creek something rustled in the underbrush.  Upon closer inspection, the sound was a couple seconds of whirring followed by a loud snapping...

Nights here are often restless, with the warm, humid breezes bathing a weary traveler in sweat. When the British arrived, the early settlers often lamented about the repeated call throughout the...

Grasping the silt laden shoreline – Red Mangroves are commonplace around the low-lying marshes of Hill Bank.  Their aerial roots extend into the water’s edge; providing stability for the soil against...

Lying amidst the murky waters of the lagoon, future guitars await to be unearthed after centuries have passed them by,

Lying for decades beneath the murky lagoon since the British logging era in Belize, twelve foot sections of mahogany have been rediscovered and are being unearthed from their silt laden tombs....