Some moments are like a fairy tale.
When I traveled to Lancaster, Pennsylvania I took a ride on an old steam locomotive train.
Monument Valley is located in the Navajo Nation. I discovered the Valley in Ernst Haas images in the 1960’s and dreamt of visiting one day. It wasn’t until 2006 when that dream was realized.
In Arches National Park, Moab, Utah. I visited several years ago.
Boats in Rock Port Harbor, Cape Ann, Massachusetts.
The artist at work on a new project.
Along the Bright Angel Trail…
Sunflowers & bees. Mother Nature at work.
Sunrise over Lady Liberty
A view of the iconic Flatiron Building in Manhattan, New York City.
Roads…Where I’m going, I don’t need any roads…
(Okay, who can tell me what movie that came from?)
On my Rich Green Photography Facebook Page this week I posted 2 interesting links – the first is Google Is In Total Denial About Its Huge Problem With Google+. The 2nd is fun – Chinese Scientists Say They’re Close to Building a Real Transporter.
Can you get any more eerie than this?
Teenagers. Can’t live with’em. Can’t live without’em.
Somewhere in Utah.
Sunset over the South Rim
An early morning quiet moment on a lake near my home.
Life in the Desert.
Cactuses somewhere in southern Nevada.
Sunset and the Statue of Liberty
A carousel on the beach in Brighton, England. A surreal moment where anything can happen.
Sunrise and a happy young lady.
My favorite way to travel. Hopefully someday I’ll be able to ride the Yukon Railroad.
On the East Coast, in New Jersey, winter has been mild this year.
The image above was taken with a medium format camera in Sussex County while it was snowing.
Rainbow in the early evening at Grand View Point, Canyonlands National Park, Utah.
Several years ago I was exploring along the Delaware River in New Jersey and happened upon this deserted house. I want to emphasis that the sign on the right side was actually there. I did not know whether or not someone was still in the house at the time, but I thought it best to proceed cautiously. In case you have difficulty reading it, it says “Go away. I’m alive.”