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"