Nature and Travel Photography

  • Sunrise, Zabriskie Point
  • Soft and Tender - Miss Delilah
  • Fairy Tale Týn Cathedral after Dark
  • Writing in Stone
  • Library of Celsus in Ephesus
  • Early Morning at the Sultan Ahmet Mosque
  • Mount Sneffels in Fall Foilage

From the Journals

My traveling diary about all the places I have visited, the adventures I have had and the people I have met.

Cloudy Morning, Grand Teton
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After the Lockdown: A Road Trip

Sun Jun 28, 2020Wyoming

Now that the 2020 lock down has ended in Arizona, it's time for a road trip!! Like many, I felt a sense of frustration and an inability to be creatively involved with the natural world. I knew my options were limi ...

Sunrise at Zabriskie Point
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Death Valley Days and the Weather Bomb

Fri Dec 06, 2019California

It was Thanksgiving Day weekend again, a time when I traditionally take a 4-day camping trip. This year an unexpected winter storm swept into Southern California and Northern Arizona making travel (with a travel t ...

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A View of Santorini

Tue Jun 04, 2019Greece

Santorini had been a place that I had dreamed of visiting for many years, and this year was the time to finally visit. I knew that Santorini had become a hotspot for the tourist and Instagram crowd, especially for ...

Destinations Visited

Images from some of my favorite places around the world.

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Archeology
Architecture
Cities
Ocean
Festung Hohensalzburg

Austria

Cafe Scene in Bruges

Belgium

Prague Castle and St Vitus Cathedral on the Hill

Czech Republic

Altstadt Heidelberg as Seen from the Castle

Germany

Naxos Town from the Portara by Night

Greece

Temple of Demeter - Naxos

Greece

Early Morning at the Sultan Ahmet Mosque

Istanbul

Fairy Tale Týn Cathedral after Dark

Prague

Library of Celsus in Ephesus

Turkey

Featured Image

My Featured Image of the week.

Photographic vision means seeing, as opposed to merely looking. This seeing is informed by photographic technique and camera choice; by our aesthetic and cultural background; and finally by the mind, the heart and the soul. Vision reflects what the photographer truly thinks, feels and believes.

Joe Cornish "Developing Vision and Style: A Landscape Photography Masterclass"