Another one of my favorite things about Tennessee is the number of historic cabins I get to explore and photograph. There are dozens and they are all wonderful, making it so easy to imagine what it was like to live without electricity and motor vehicles and telephones. The hardiness and perseverance of the people who … More Historic Cabins
A collection of shots from one of last years hikes in TN. With 10 days in TN coming up, I’m trying to process the last of my previous TN photographs.
I have to assume that all the people who tell me they don’t like driving, have not driven the roads I’ve driven.😉
In the far northwest corner of Glacier National Park in Montana, down miles of bumpy dirt roads, past where the average tourist goes and beyond the off-grid town of Polebridge and several old homesteads, you’ll find the beautiful and remote Kintla Lake. What will strike you first, beyond the sheer beauty of the location, is … More Kintla Lake
Travels like the one planned for the Spring are never just about the destinations. The right route will make a full day of driving just as incredible as a day at a destination spot. There was one particular day last year that I felt was fairly well captured in photographs. The day started off in … More On A Traveling Day
This Woman Wanders has been a quiet blog this past year. I was on a bit of a hiatus from traveling, though I did work locally on occasion. I shared a bit of that work on Facebook, but failed to take into consideration those that aren’t on Facebook. Sorry about that, folks! Hopefully, sharing these … More Upcoming Travels & More Photos
I love being eye-to-eye when taking snake photos. Soon as I determine a snake I come across is harmless and its safe to do so, I’m on my belly and composing snake portraits. If I came across more snakes in my wanderings, I’d likely start a Snakes Of Whatever Instagram and pretend to have conversations … More Meeting A Snake