I spent a week in Thailand 20 years ago but never got the chance to visit Bangkok. Last week I got that chance as I was attending a conference hosted in the heart of the city. I was lucky to arrive during the coronotion activities for the new King Maha Vajiralongkorn. The city center seemed… Continue reading Like being on another planet
For the first time in quite a long time I just wanted to walk around without the bulk of my equipment and just experience a new place without the urge to take pictures of everything presented to my eyes.
The heat of a long hot summer directed our thoughts towards a lazy weekend getaway in the Texas Hill Country. We enjoy exploring the area but typically never do an overnight since most of our favorite Hill Country spots are only an hour or two away from our HQs west of Austin. This time we… Continue reading Abigail’s Cabin
I believe presenting in black & white evokes a mood that I wish to convey. That mood is one of beauty—in the lines of the ship—but also the seriousness of a mighty military vessel with a primary purpose to defend and destroy if necessary.
Glamping 2018. THIS is how you do a tipi at the end of the earth in West Texas.
About 6 miles north of the Texas-Mexico border, and the Santa Elena Canyon in Big Bend National Park, just off the Old Maverick Road, is “El Jacal de Luna,” (Luna’s Jacal)
The world’s largest city.
I love the rainy season (May-Sep) in the Chihuahuan Desert of west Texas.
If you ever get the chance…
Shot this in July 2013 with the phone I had at the time.