A few weeks ago was one of those weeks where I really didn’t want to be away from home. Not that I had anything special going on, I was just homesick and sick of the road. I tried to put the foot to the metal to get home early but, it just wasn’t happening. So,
It is spring in Texas. That means storms and our short window of wild flowers blooming. I took these in Abilene, Texas earlier today.
I was recently trying to photograph the sunset in Southern California. This helicopter was doing a sunset flight. I could hear the people talking after they landed. The passengers seemed pretty excited. So was I when they landed in front of me in the dark! Sunrise the next day wasn’t so shabby as either.
New Orleans is one of my favorite cities. I love the vibe, the history, the architecture, the food… It’s just a cool place to be. I think that people think of music first when thinking of New Orleans which it absolutely is but, I also can’t think of a more visually appealing place. Here are
Heaven is kind of an urban oasis for the youth of downtown Hartford. It’s a place where life is lived out loud. It’s part skatepark where young folks can get physical with a skateboard or bike and part artists’ canvas. Only, it’s not exactly canvas. It is a lot of poured concrete and concrete block
I wanted to post something spooky for Halloween. I took this photo this past summer in Lake George New York. I thought that this silhouette of an old Victorian turret roof and weathervane was kind of spooky looking. I actually shot this in broad daylight. That’s not the moon, it’s actually the sun.
There was a Russian heavy lift aircraft over at Alliance airport in Fort Worth. (AFW) My office is on the Aliance Airport property and I was lucky that I had my camera with me when I saw this beast on my way into the office. It had just rained leaving the apron wet and the
Cheers to a White Christmas!
Wishing everyone a happy and healthy holiday season! Enjoy!