In the morning, there are those who love to run.
I’m not in that camp.
Photograph made on a return visit to London several years ago.
I love traveling to England, but am not sure about the future.
When I made my first trip for my honeymoon in 1984, the roundtrip
tickets for my wife and I were around $200 each.
If only that were still the case today.
Somewhere in Arizona near Monument Valley.
On a dark and lonely night, I saw the moon behind some tree
branches and heard the howl of a wolfman in the distance.
Photograph made in Washington DC near one of the Smithsonian Museums.
Portrait of a lifeguard
…the end of summer…
Traveling by train is part journey, part discovery and part destination.
Some moments are like a fairy tale.
Always willing to be your friend.
You’re traveling through another dimension,
a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind.
A journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination.
That’s the signpost up ahead – your next stop, the Twilight Zone!
The town pictured is Provincetown, at the tip of the Cape.
When the Moon is full, it glows like a midnight sun losing all detail.
The glowing point of light at the bottom middle is Pilgrim’s Monument.
Traveling on a cable car in San Francisco is part of the experience.
But imagine being the cable car operator. You not only have to operate
antique machinery, but you also have to warn knuckleheads who come
dangerously close to losing a limb.
A different point of view in a Bryce Canyon sunset.
Portrait of Batman’s nemesis – Mr. Freeze (without the helmet).
Photograph of sunset in Gettysburg National Park.
Some corn fields grow more than just corn.
Portrait photograph taken along the Delaware Water Gap in New Jersey.
I am a fan of Big Band music and was recently assigned to take photographs of the Count Basie Orchestra performing. Needless to say, I was excited. Before the band went onstage I took the opportunity to go backstage and talk to a few of the members.
The 3 gentlemen pictured have been with the orchestra for many years. The gentleman on the left was also with the Duke Ellington orchestra at one time. I asked the gentleman on the right about the Basie Orchestra’s appearance in the Mel Brook’s film “Blazing Saddles” and it wasn’t Basie’s real band.
Before taking their photo, I asked for permission and it was granted. The photo was taken with available light, which was VERY little. I thought it best to take it “as is” and not waste the moment getting a flash and losing the opportunity.
Hiking a trail and descending into the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Canyonlands National Park, Utah
From a visit several years ago.
An absolutely beautiful place.
Don’t forget to look up.
The ceiling in a section
of the Smithsonian Museum
in Washington, D.C.
The black one or the black one or the black one.
Waiting for the Underground (Subway in American lingo).
Photograph was made looking out a window
in Dover Castle, Dover, England.
The English Channel is visible in the distance.