Landscape 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

Writings about Photography and Travel, stories about all the places I have visited and the adventures I have had as a Landscape and Travel Photographer.

Lanikai Dawn, Oahu, Hawaii
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Serenity of Understanding

Mon May 02, 2022

The thing about dawn is that it can explode on us suddenly, in a flash or flurry of activity, or slowly encroach upon our consciousness, little by little, until we begin to wonder why we hadn’t no ...

Bentonite Hills in the Early Morning from Zabriskie Point
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Return to Death Valley

Sun Dec 26, 2021California

I love Death Valley. Perhaps it's the stark, wide open spaces or the vignettes of stone that illustrate the valley's turbulent ancient history. Perhaps my love for this area is best described ....

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 ...

Featured Destinations

Images from some of my favorite destinations around the world.

Face Masks for Sale in Plaka


Festung Hohensalzburg


Cafe Scene in Bruges


Prague Castle and St Vitus Cathedral on the Hill

Czech Republic

Altstadt Heidelberg as Seen from the Castle


Temple of Demeter - Naxos


Early Morning at the Sultan Ahmet Mosque


Fairy Tale Týn Cathedral after Dark


Library of Celsus in Ephesus


Featured Image

My Featured Image of the week.

Nature is ever at work building and pulling down, creating and destroying, keeping everything whirling and flowing, allowing no rest but in rhythmical motion, chasing everything in endless song out of one beautiful form into another.

John Muir