The whole feel of the town was of a small close knit community that enjoyed its heritage as well as a infusion of tourists and some notoriety from a recent motion picture. One of the brightest gems in this tiny hamlet was a shop of ‘Magic’ and other sundries.Read more "The places I go… Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia… 2nd shot"
Earlier this year, I delivered a load of fiberglass rolls (the stuff that is wound around a form to create hulls, similar to stretch wrapping a group of boxes) to a boat maker in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia. This is a very picturesque town on the waterfront. With a surprising look of a tourist town. […]Read more "The places I go… Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia"
I spent many nights listening to the Arkansas Travelers play… on KARN Newsradio 920 in my youth. I spent far fewer nights actually at the stadium, but I did get there once or twice over a number of years. The games are no longer broadcast on KARN and the Travelers have a new home across […]Read more "Seeing foalhood vanish…"
Few things in life just ‘snap’ together like they were crafted. This lovely coincidence this morning in Oklahoma City after an intense downpour left me feeling in awe. The oddest part of the storm was the orange sky from where the rain came, with darker clouds nearby.Read more "The Rainbow Connection"
On my way through Colorado, and the weather should give us a smooth trip, even while parts of the country get hit with the white stuff. The photo is old, but from the Limon, Colorado area of a pretty rainbow I managed to snap. What made it interesting to me that day was the fact […]Read more "Rainbow trails"
There are times in my travels when I come across things that have such a haunting effect on me that I cannot help but to stop and wonder. I had a pickup in Coffeyville, Kansas this morning and I saw a number of homes that were rotting away, sagging roofs and such, a few burned […]Read more "A ghost of religion"
There are times that people do funny things with mundane items turning them into an exceptional display.Read more "Ordinary Extraordinary…"
There are times and places where a good eye, a macro zoom lens kit, and a little light can yield very interesting views on the world around us. I was playing with my relatively new Nikon Coolpix S9100 over supper the other night and snapped this… Something as mundane as a spoon inverted over a […]Read more "The secret life of layers"
One of the things I rarely get to do is find myself in the pictures I share. Occasionally it happens when there is a surface to reflect me. But in this image it was because I was not behind my camera and someone else was. They were quite helpful in capturing several things that I’d […]Read more "Why, yes, there are still unicorns…"
What a neat piece of art! Looks like the names of the counties of the State of Tennessee are arrayed out in the scope of the Sundial. They even seem to have animal tracks in the concrete.Read more "A State Sundial?"