No, this is not Tatooine

A few hours in White Sands National Monument was totally worth the long drive.

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European Vacation 2015

Will it be shocking to admit I'm a uni-dimensional photographer? Yeah, I can hear you all gasping and muttering that it can't be so. It's not as if I don't admire or appreciate other forms of photography, like the shots below, but that I really don't enjoy cities. They're loud, crowded and smell awful. Lots of people... Continue Reading →

Go Cave!

Yeah. It's been a dog's age. I know. I'm a bad blogger. If you can guess the band that I snagged the post title from, you get...uh pictures of caves. Anyway, here's more from the Oregon/California trip. After Crater Lake, we decided to head to Lava Beds National Monument. For some reason we had it... Continue Reading →

Crater Lake National Park

In September, my husband and I headed to southern Oregon on vacation. We'd never been there before and our modus operandi is to find an area that interests us and find out what we can see and do in that area. Southern Oregon has a lot to do and see and I think we tried... Continue Reading →

Ohio Weekend

Hey all.  I haven't posted in a while, but today I'm back with some shots from last weekend when my husband and I flew to Ohio to spend a weekend with some friends.  It wasn't a photography trip per se, but I did shoot a little bit.  We visited Killbuck Marsh which is a very... Continue Reading →

It’s the little differences

Ah that famous scene in Pulp Fiction where Vincent enumerates the little differences between the US and Amsterdam.  I had a similar experience recently and no, it didn't involve Burger King either. As you've probably gathered by now, I practically live in the woods. It started when I was a kid.  No amount of fairy... Continue Reading →

Ghost Train of Versailles

Phew. It's been a "rough" four days.  Rough only in a strict first world sort of way.  I was without the internet at home for four days. Oh noes! Yeah, we had a wicked noreaster come through and dump a foot or two of snow on us.  Some got more, some got less, but a... Continue Reading →

Distill My Heart

I was in Kentucky and Tennessee this past weekend.  My husband had a seminar in Nashville on Monday and since he had to go down on Sunday anyway, we decided to go a day early and see what we could see.  Having never been to either state before it was a new experience for both... Continue Reading →

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