While in Maine, I spent several days in Southwest Harbor, which is only a few miles from Bass Harbor, and the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse. I can’t say this wasn’t one of the main reasons […]
Visiting The Coast of Maine
Recently we traveled to Southwest Harbor in Maine, which is just outside Acadia National Park. For this trip I brought my Nikon F3, and my new Nikon S3. As far as 35mm film I’m bringing […]
So, I noticed these little sparkles in my yard when I shined a flashlight on the grass at night. Sorry the image is a little blurry/shaky, but it’s hard to get a good shot when […]
Photographing The High Desert of Northern Arizona
I had this trip planned to Arizona several months ago – and due to unforeseen circumstances, had to reschedule twice. The plan was to fly to Flagstaff, visit Petrified Forest National Park, and then head […]
Santa Elena Canyon
For quite some time now, I’ve wanted to visit this canyon inside Big Bend National Park in Texas. The dramatic look of Santa Elena Canyon, the way it is formed by sheer cliffs (as high […]
Hiking At Blue Hole Regional Park
Today was a beautiful day in central Texas, so Kingsley and I decided to go outside and enjoy the weather. We ended up at Blue Hole Regional Park in Wimberley, Texas. It’s a nice park, […]
Hiking At Bandelier National Monument
One of my favorite places to hike in New Mexico is Bandelier National Monument. It’s only a short distance from Los Alamos, and a bit farther from Santa Fe, but it’s a very easy day […]
And the RF 35mm f/1.8 Macro IS STM Lens This weekend was supposed to be a special anniversary excursion – but, due to things outside of our control (Coronavirus), that was all cancelled. We were […]
Finally, We Can Hike in the Parks Again!
Our state parks are open again, and my family and I are excited to visit and do some hiking, and see complete strangers!
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