Humans of New York

I’ve been following the Facebook Page, Humans of New York for a while now. I love it! I love it...

C-R-O-S-B-Y

My friend, and fellow blogger, Tom Dills came up with an idea that he wanted to try. He wanted to...

Life without the mirror

Each time that I come into my office/study/computer room, there it is, my bag that contains my Nikon D700 and...

And not lonely one minute

I was going through some of my pictures, thinking about how I felt during the time that I was taking...

This week, I stumbled into a mini photo project. Pardon the bad pun, given the title, but I had to use it. Normally, I work from home, but this week, due to special circumstances, I had to go into town…

I was in downtown Charlotte today, attending some meetings. During one of my breaks, I noticed the sunshine and the dust being kicked up by the construction worker as he worked to sand the new concrete slab that they had…

One of the interesting things about travel is that, if you want to, you get to learn quite a bit about local customs and how people solve problems. A couple of days after I arrived in San Miguel, Neils asked…

Sometimes, there’s a philosophical split between being a homeowner and a photographer, in particular, where lawn care is concerned. It’s spring and all manner of plants are starting their growth cycle. Trees are blossoming, grass is turning green, and of…

A case of right place, right time, looking in the right direction. This is Emma, a barn owl. Emma wasn’t quite satisfied with the perch that they had placed her on, so she opted for a bit of higher ground…