For those of you who have not heard the news, I regret to inform you that Rebecca died on Sunday, May 3rd at 11:30 PM.
I was sitting at her side as she drew her last breath, just the two of us in the room.
She was admitted to the UCSF Medical Center on Friday, May 1st after a sudden decline. She died in a private suite in the palliative wing with a sweeping view of downtown San Francisco.
Per her wishes, she will have a small, simple Neptune Society service. We will ferry her ashes out through the Golden Gate and scatter them in the Pacific.
Thank you all for cheering on Rebecca throughout her adventures and for your love and support when those adventures were so rudely cut short.
- Lee Jackrel
Sunday, January 4, 2015
In January we ventured out to a very, very wet Racetrack in Death Valley. We had a lovely time shooting from the edge of the lake being careful not to leave any foot prints but my prize from that trip was a lovely Kangaroo Rat which visited us nightly to see what crumbs we might have left around.
A bit later in the spring I received word from a friend that he wanted to come photograph fox. I reached out to friends and was put in contact with a researcher aptly called the Fox Guy! We had a terrific morning photographing Grey fox before we headed south to the Catalina islands and found a Santa Cruz Island fox. I also got direction to some wonderful burrowing owls that took up residence inside a power plant.
|Santa Cruz Island fox|
|Good Bye 2014|