Often I go to where the food is grown or harvested to pick up the ingredients that make the items you get to enjoy at restaurants or buy from grocery stores. This particular trip last November I was hauling potatoes heading for Walmart stores in Mississippi and Tennessee. I took this image from a chain-up […]Read more "Snow capped Rockies…"
Meeting Sunrise Downtown…Read more "Meeting Sol"
In July of 2019 my last blood Uncle passed away. He was a newsie through and through and worked in Washington DC. While we were there for the funeral and other family arrangements, we took one evening to take in the mall and explore… And this is where we ate dinner. This place is one […]Read more "The little hole in the wall…"
A look at Long Exposure Photography and its results.Read more "Edge cases: Long Exposure Photography"
Photographs of the November Supermoon and thoughts on the capturing of it.Read more "Capturing a Supermoon: Stout’s Point"
While on a retreat, I discovered — by sheer chance — a lovely little gem of the United States Forestry Service. A volunteer run fire lookout post way,WAY off the beaten path. Suntop Lookout was nearly an hour of back-country Forest Service gravel roads, but the views were worth the trip. If you want to […]Read more "Suntop Lookout…"
It’s getting harder and harder to find out of the way places to go completely off the grid. I was surprized to find that I had useful service inside the park, as my imperfect memory remembered good voice service but terrible data service. Mather Lodge of course has good WiFi, but this park has lots […]Read more "Petit Jean State Park"
The recent buzz around Healthy-Not-Nuts Midwest FurFest adventure going viral has me reminisicing about times past. The older I get, the more of these little tidbits of living I hold onto, and the more I want to share them with others. Your the victim today, so smile and nod in all the right places now. […]Read more "Memories of magic past — Further Confusion 2012"
I have always been fascinated by ice, the little fractures and bubbles inside of it, and its very nature. From the galaxies of stars in the middle of a common ice-cube, to the way a sheet of ice will form on a sign and slowly slide downwards. Unlike snow, ice has no color, save for […]Read more "The world inside of ice"