September, 2015. The upside of being laid up is that I may actually finish processing my backlog of photos and finally decide which ones I’m satisfied with and which ones can fall away.
As some of you know, I’ve been down most of this year with spine problems. I recently had the first of two spinal surgeries that should have me mobile and traveling again in the future. Living a sedentary lifestyle is not my cup of tea. To keep my eye on my future goals and not … More On This Day
Badlands National Park, South Dakota
Badlands National Park’s rugged beauty:
Devil’s Tower National Monument in Montana…
Solar Eclipse shot from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park of Tennessee. Prints available on the web site for anyone interested.
Antelope in Badlands National Park, South Dakota
11,000 years. That’s how long humans have been present in the Badlands of South Dakota. At the end of the last ice age Native Americans hunted mammoth. Later various tribes hunted bison, until the Lakota Sioux arrived and settled into the vast landscape. They stayed until the arrival of the American Government and the events … More 11,000 Years of Human History
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