Let it breathe

If you’ve ever followed any type of photo journalism, then you might know the name, Peter Turnley If you don’t...

55 and fully alive

Today is my birthday, once again. Now, I’m officially eligible for some senior discounts. Perhaps I’ll have to start eating...

Cuba: Now that was an interesting conversation

This post will probably be rated PG-13 🙂 If you have a look at the featured image, you may wonder...

Cuba: That easy smile

Cubans, young and old alike, the ones that I met on the streets, in the houses, markets, and stores …...

Cuba: It wasn’t what I expected

I’ll start with a quote from one of our guides, Alain. When we first got on the bus, one of...

Travel plugs

I didn’t start traveling internationally until I became an adult. My first real international travel, requiring jet travel, was to...

The other day, I mentioned a particular camera road that I’d been down. Then, I discovered that, lo and behold, there was another road that I’d been down, too – the 1″ sensor road. Anyone remember the Nikon 1 V1…

I don’t know any of the people in these photos, but I see them almost every day. I’ve not introduced myself, but I have spoken and said hello to them along the way when we pass on the street. Two…

I don’t know if I’d call this blog a “rose”, but the saying seem to fit. A rose by any other name would still smell sweet ~William Shakespeare I’ve been writing this blog for quite a while. It started with…

As I get older, read more, understand more, I keep coming around to this word, gratitude. During a recent conversation with my Spanish teacher, Vidal, I was sharing pictures of Central Park with him. He enjoyed the scenes and said…

When I wake up in the morning, I usually have a gander at my phone to see what the weather is like if there is any chance of rain within the next hour or two. This particular morning was no…