An abandoned house after a winter snowstorm.
Photograph taken in the Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California.
In the mood…
…but it feels like it.
It’s raining umbrellas!
Family of Zebras
Protecting my kids from the coronavirus.
Grand Canyon Sunset on the North Rim.
The road less traveled is the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
If you want to avoid the crowds of the South Rim, head north!
An amazing view from Grand View Point Overlook.
…in it’s simplest form.
(This is a photograph, not an illustration.)
Monument Valley from another angle.
Traveling by train is part journey,
part discovery and part destination.
A different point of view in a Bryce Canyon sunset.
Photograph made several years ago.
Part of Americana that one doesn’t see much anymore.
Photograph taken in Pennsylvania several years ago using 35mm slide film.
…and our nation began 150 years ago today. July 1st to July 3rd, 1863.
It was the turning point in the American Civil War but imagine if the North had not won…
…it was the UNITED States that led the Allies to winning World War II. What would have happened if we lost?
Just that one thought leads to everything else – moon landing, civil rights, FDR, personal computers, JFK, (fill-in-the-blank) – would we be a superpower today or just two – 2nd tier nations struggling to survive?
The photograph above is of the Gettysburg battlefield and photographed looking north west from Little Round Top.
The Provincetown cemetery and Pilgrim Monument are visible through the fog and mist.
Photograph was made several years ago with 35mm film.
Hiking a trail and descending into the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Speakers Corner – Hyde Park, London, England.
A Speaker in search of an audience.
Photographed with 35mm Kodachrome film.
Photograph taken on a whale watch several years ago.
Photograph taken on a trip to San Francisco.
Shot using 35mm Kodachrome film.
Canyonlands National Park, Utah
From a visit several years ago.
An absolutely beautiful place.