I have so much work to process and stories to tell and places to share. In the coming weeks you’ll get to hear all about, and see pictures of: The Grayson Highlands of Virginia, where herds of wild ponies roam the mountains. Fall in the Smoky Mountains…with rainbows! New-to-me locations in Tennessee, including: Brushy Mountain … More Lots of new posts coming…
The seasons are a little off this year. I went to Colorado expecting fall colors, but got mostly snow. I wasn’t and am not complaining…it was just unexpected. I’ve got my yearly trip to the Smoky Mountains upcoming and the fall foliage reports are still reporting little to no color. Do I change my plans, … More Bits of Winter In The Fall
I just returned from a very short trip to Colorado, but I packed a heck of a lot into those few short days! I saw Colorado like I’ve never seen it before. I’ve seen fall and I’ve seen winter, but I’ve never visited when the golden aspens were covered in snow. The ever changing landscape … More And a new season begins!
Lets do a little throw back to two of my favorite places. First up, Glacier National Park in Montana: And, secondly, in contrast, though it is a neighboring state, North Dakota (mostly Theodore Roosevelt National Park):
A selection of square-format images from Badlands National Park, South Dakota…
Badlands National Park, South Dakota
Antelope in Badlands National Park, South Dakota
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
Last week I started a series of posts revisiting photographs from Western Maryland. In keeping with that theme, and because its Monday and we all could use a chuckle…here is a reminder of the terrifying gangs that roam the back roads of Western Maryland.