In my travels, I’ve encountered many strange critters. But, in September 2013, about a month after my Mudskipper blog post (my last blog post for well over a year), I encountered a … Continue reading Walking with Dinosaurs: The Cassowaries of Etty Bay
Have you ever watched fish swimming around in an aquarium and wondered if they needed sleep? Surely, they have to rest sometimes, right? Well, yes, they do, but it’s not … Continue reading Do Fish Sleep?
Hello, world! I have returned! Actually, I never went anywhere, since I’ve still been adding photos to my website, but I haven’t done much else. I am pleased to update … Continue reading I’m Back!!!
Well, I’ve officially been in Australia for two months. Since arriving here, time has traveled at a strange pace. Sometimes, days have passed like weeks, and other times, days have … Continue reading Two Months in Australia.
So you’re traveling overseas, wallowing in current experiences and future memories, when you open your wallet and discover your credit/debit card is gone!!! You only have about $40 in cash, … Continue reading “I’ve Lost My Bank Card Overseas!!! What Do I Do?!”
In my previous blog post, I mentioned that I had lost my debit card while on a 16 mile hike (well, actually, 15 miles), and I said I would describe … Continue reading Trekking Through Coloured Sands
First of all, I should warn all who read this that this blog post is unusually long, but that’s because I’ve done A LOT, since I arrived in Australia three … Continue reading Adventures in Oz
My work is up at Pfac (the Peninsula Fine Arts Center) in Newport News, Virginia. Twelve of my photos are featured in the Halsey Gallery. You can preview them here. The show … Continue reading Teddy Fotiou – Wildlife Excursions
These are the pieces I have selected to display at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center in Newport News, Virginia. They will be on display in the Halsey Gallery from June … Continue reading Coming Soon to a Fine Arts Center Near You!
When you see or hear that word, you either think of a type of a beautiful, flowering planet or a small, slimy snail. In typical Tidewater Teddy nature, I am … Continue reading This Snail Farms Fungi
After a (mostly) dreary winter, March has been an excellent month. Arthropods are out and about and many other ectothermic (cold-blooded) critters have emerged from hibernation. Here are a few … Continue reading March 2012 in Review
As spring advances and temperatures rise, Orthopterans (grasshoppers, crickets, and katydids) of all kinds are emerging. Newborn nymphs have hatched from their eggs, and they are everywhere. The next time … Continue reading Baby Bugs