There’s this spot on Kent Island that can at first appear to be nothing special. In the mid afternoon, when the light is brightest, it seems like any other location along the shore. Off to the north you can see the long expanse of the Bay Bridge. To the west, across the Bay, you might … More Dusk Silhouettes
Did you know sleuth was the term for a group of bears? You can also use sloth, maul or pack. A sleuth sounds like they are a bunch of bear detectives. A sloth makes bears sound lazy and slow. A maul presents them as vicious creatures. And a pack? Bears don’t run in packs like wolves. … More A Sleuth of Bears
When I think of Memorial Day, I think of the men and women who have served and sometimes given their lives to protect our Country. But, when I thought beyond that…what does “My Country” mean to me? For many, this would be the beginning of an essay about how our country is more than just … More This Land Is Our Land
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee What really fun about this series is that when I took them, I’d only just started traveling. This was on my second trip to the Smoky Mountains, only a couple of months after my first. It was before I had ventured into solo-travel and before I’d gone anywhere … More Throwback Thursday: 2008 GSMNP
When I drove into Utah, I’d been on the road for just over a month. I was thrilled and excited to photograph Utah, but I was (though not as aware of it then as I am now, looking back on it), exhausted and running on fumes. I was nearing my stop in Colorado, with its … More It’s just recon…
I was feeling the vintage vibe processing some of these images from Arches and Canyonlands National Park. They remind me of the postcards I’d find at roadside shops out west.
My next focus during my backlog processing spree will be… Arches National Park in Utah Canyonlands National Park in Utah And Colorado National Monument in Colorado Stay tuned!