I love the rainy season (May-Sep) in the Chihuahuan Desert of west Texas.
Hays and Gillespie Counties offer some of the best fields of wildflowers Texas has to offer.
48 Hours of Bliss
If you ever get the chance…
Looking forward to spring
The situation didn’t last long. Like about 1 minute and then it was all over.
Pushing the Boundaries of Music, Art and Technology
If you’ll be in Austin for SXSW 2018 then you won’t want to miss 2018 VoyagerFest, showcasing Austin’s progressive music and art scene.
Comune di Lucignano
Shot this in July 2013 with the phone I had at the time.
July thundershower in the Big Bend
A July thundershower was just ending when I captured this image in Big Bend National Park looking south towards Panther Junction, as seen from just south of the new Fossil Discovery Exhibit area. July 2017. Shot with my Canon 70D and EFS 17-85mm IS USM lens.
Tranquility on the way to H-E-B
I can’t tell you how many times over the years I’ve said I need to stop and get a picture of the situation.
Ireland. It’s really green. Hard to believe it was ten years ago when I took these photographs. Revisiting them now. I had the opportunity to move to Ireland for work, and was visiting looking for a place to rent. Afterwards a work colleague treated me to a lovely hike around this glacial valley near Glendalough,… Continue reading So Green
Blockchain, Image Licensing & Watermarks
The recent announcement by Eastman Kodak that their new KODAKOne platform will utilize blockchain technology is potentially a significant new way for photographers to sell image licenses and be paid nearly instantly—using a “KodakCoin” cryptocurrency. Their press release stated: Utilizing blockchain technology, the KODAKOne platform will create an encrypted, digital ledger of rights ownership for photographers to register… Continue reading Blockchain, Image Licensing & Watermarks