Alaska is easily one of the most incredibleble places that I’ve ever been. I’ve been there twice on business. When I was in Juneau I went out to the Mendenhall Glacier a few times. This was winter so the lake by the glacier was all frozen over. The local people; mostly moms with kids would
I found this wonderful house right by the client that I was visiting about 45 minutes north of Dayton in Sidney, Ohio. I don’t know what moved this person to construct a little tribute to America right there on their front lawn but, I’m glad that they did.
We got invited to a private party at the Lightcatcher Winery for the 4th of July. Everyone brought a covered dish and Caris and Terry provided the venue, drinks and fireworks. We met some really nice folks. The food that everyone brought was really good and Terry must have spent a fortune on fireworks. We
Nothing screams out “North Texas” to me as much as an image of a Longhorn Cattle. These guys weren’t photoshoped other than some color and contrast tweaking and a bit of cropping. For the benefit of those that haven’t seen these type of cattle before, this is what they really look like in real life.
I’ve shot literally thousands of images at my kids sports events over the years and I think that I’ve got some tips that other parents and photographers might find useful. Get Inside the FenceShooting through the typical chain-link fences at baseball games in almost all cases does nothing for your photography. Don’t be shy but
St. Louis stands proud on the banks of the Mississippi River. It has a very rich history. Mark Twain wrote a memorable story about the Adventures of Huck Finn on the riverboats. I don’t know if any of it actually took place in St.Louis but it is easy to imagine that it could have. It
I recently visited southern California. I was working in Ventura and staying in Oxnard. Ventura has a nice beach and marina area. The marina is kind of touristy. There are several shops and restaurants and of course some very expensive boats visible behind locked gates. The tables in the restaurants look out either inland to
You know that you’re a New Yorker when you don’t really care about the tourist stuff. I grew up in the New York City area and certainly spent a lot of time in the city. I spent my senior year in college literally next to the Brooklyn Bridge at Pace University on Park Row across
There is a photo book out called “America, A View from Above” by Jim Wark and Peter Skinner which I’ve admired. It has page after page of incredible images of mostly iconic landmarks and landscape scenes from all over the United States. The concept appealed to me because it involves two things that I am
I was recently reminded by a dear friend about a silly thing that we laughed about 21 years ago. She also explained to my daughter about a special group of friends that we were both part of who shared a special time. Those kinds of memories and friendships are timeless. They become the fabric of