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Primordial landscapes of ferns and mosses; stunningly fluorescent coral reefs; hypnotic, alluring orchids; regal, resplendent lion fish; brilliantly caution–colored amphibians.  These conjure exotic images of the extraordinary diversity encircling our planet at latitudes perennially closest to the sun.

I’m Tim Falls, and I have always had an insatiably curiosity about nature, how it works, and how we as humans relate to it.  How our attempts to harness, possess, destroy, protect and understand the earth influence it.  Ecuatoria is an expression that curiosity and a repository of many of my experiences to date.  My intention is to artistically, architecturally and scientifically share and explore ways of responsibly integrating various elements of nature into daily modern life.  I hope that this website can be of interest and use to hobbyists and academics, enthusiasts and environmentalists, travelers and adventures and hope that it will pique the interests of the peripherally curious.  I’m always looking for recruits!

This website is loaded with images.  I am not a professional photo-grapher; however, I do have occasional success with whatever device I have handy.   Some of the results you will find here.*  Unless noted otherwise  (i.e. some of the images and video in my blog posts) the animal subjects are from my collection, and the installations are my creations.  This website, like everything that it references is dynamic, so there will be updates!



*All  images and video on this website not attributed otherwise are the property of Timothy Falls.  Permission for use may be requested by email.