Willis Carrier, you’re the coolest!

It’s days like this, hot and humid days, when I think of the mountains, frequently. I think of how nice...

Print day

Its rare that I use my printer, maybe a couple of times per year. Today is one of those days...

One Hour? That’s so 1984!

Long, long ago – 1984 to be exact – when I first started worked for Texas Instruments in Dallas, TX...

Getting the message across!

In yesterday’s post, I featured a picture of this car and Cedric wanted to know the story. Well, this shot...

Who knew? It works better without a bird’s nest

I bought my house 5 years ago. At the same time, I bought a new washer and a dryer. The...

At this time, rather missing those cool temperatures!

It was only a few weeks ago that I was sitting on the porch in Guatemala, shivering, wishing that I...

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…

OK. So not exactly $1,000, but $948 – close enough. Since I sent my Canon S90 off to its untimely demise with Tony, some 3 years ago (I’ve never seen one picture from the camera after that), I’ve missed having…

I’ve heard some people say that New Yorkers are rude. I wouldn’t say that. It’s not been my experience. New York, specifically, Manhattan, is a busy place. There are lots of people, traffic, and things to do. I might go…

It seems to me that photographers, or those with a camera in their hands, have either become to be seen as an annoyance/possible terrorist or a paycheck. Recently, NY created color-coded zones in Times Square because all of the costumed…