The Milky Way

So, here we are, spinning at just over 1,000 MPH, circling the sun at some 67,000 MPH, our whole solar...

Ditching the goal

Yesterday was my last day at Bank of America. I’m between jobs at the moment, for 10 days. At this...

Accessibility

As I was looking through a few of the photos that I took while I was in Ohio, recently, I...

Akron, perfect for portraits!

This handsome fellow is “Baby Dale”. Anyone who is a friend of my niece Venus knows who this is. She...

Tony and I got up this morning at about 6:00 AM and were on the road, after dropping my car off at the airport, by about 7:15 AM. We arrived in St. Louis, MO at around 5:40 PM, Central Time…

Right now, the bench and tree in this photo look quite inviting. Tomorrow, I hit the road, yet once again … and hopefully for the last time in a while, heading on my way to Nebraska. Tony and I will…

Of the thousands of photos that I’ve taken, I’ve only ever framed a few. As a complete neophyte, I decided, some years ago, to try my had at framing my photos. I bought the frames, cheap ones, and decided to…

A quote from an Amazon review of a particular photography book: As listless and lackluster collection of photographs as any I’ve ever seen. The author appears to believe that one needn’t possess talent (which he doesn’t) to make photographs, one…

Anita and I had many conversations during the time that we spent together. One, in particular, seems to be stuck within the folds of my brain and won’t dislodge itself. As some of you may know, Anita was an acting…