Grenada remains one of my favorite Caribbean Islands largely because of the variety of fruit and spices grown there. One of the most interesting is nutmeg. My guide told us an interesting story about the aril of the nutmeg fruit. According to him, no one was aware of its potency […]
How do you cross the Panama Canal if you aren’t in a boat? Well, the new Agua Clara locks allow you to drive over them when closed and this bridge will provide another means for crossing, once it is completed.
This week I’m taking inventory and printing the works I plan to have for sale at the Texas Red’s Festival on Saturday and Sunday. My trip to the Navajo Nation was very special and I hope to have some photos I made there in my booth. Texas Red’s is an […]
I had several photo opportunities on an eventful 14 day camping adventure through the western part of my home state. Weather was not my friend. I encountered rain, wind, and hail along the way. Weekly Photo: Millipede in West Texas I’m a fan of finding patterns and shapes in nature. […]
As a hiker looks to the West perched atop a hole (Window Rock) in the 200 foot sandstone formation in Window Rock AZ, the photograph allows viewers to gaze upon the landscape as seen through the opening from the top.[...]
Starting with a photograph of Galveston beach at 61st street, before hurricane Ike, editing and added layers combine to create a sunny, coastal vacation scene. The tint is reminiscent of a vintage postcard.