Last year I was asked to judge a photo contest for a camera club. Recently, I was asked to judge again because the club felt that I gave much needed constructive criticism. The… Continue reading
With a population of less than 1500, Shawneetown is practically a ghost town. As you can see, there weren’t that many places or things to take photos of.
I love sunrises and sunsets, so this was a perfect opportunity for me to show off some of the photos I’ve done for this weekly contest. Most of my photos come from Florida,… Continue reading
(*Initially when I tried to find out more information about the Garden of the Gods in Southern Illinois, I was taken to a park with the same name in Colorado.) Garden of the… Continue reading
As a traveller, I wouldn’t recommend Southern Illinois to be a destination to visit unless you plan to die of boredom. However, there is a lot of history and places worth stopping if… Continue reading
Driving up to towards the North Shore of Oahu along Kamekameha Highway, I noticed remnants of what appeared to be an old building. Of course, I had to stop! They reminded me of… Continue reading
This is probably one of my favorite places of serenity to visit. Located on the side of a mountain on the island of Oahu, the grounds at Valley of the Temples is covered… Continue reading
The waters – rough the path – rocky the mountain – steep the destination – unlimited. I’m participating in the online adventure travel and photography magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggers This… Continue reading
Why is it that with all of the technology available today that homes built do not last for a lifetime without crumbling to the ground, yet the ancient peoples built things that have… Continue reading
A very special thanks to Katie at A New Path for Old Hooves nominating me! The rules for this award are: •Display the Award Certificate on your website •Announce your win with a… Continue reading
I thought I’d break up this week’s travel photos by adding a little love. 😉 To see more of my people photos, visit my portfolio here.
Old Tuscon is a pretty cool place. It’s set up as an old Western style “town” complete with original artifacts from all kinds of things. It’s a place where several Hollywood movies were… Continue reading
Yesterday I posted some photos of Grotto Hill, located on the same grounds as San Xavier del Bac Mission. I have never been inside of a holy place with so many interesting things… Continue reading
I must say that San Xavier del Bac Mission is one of the most interesting places I’ve visited. Seeing all of the ornate decorations on the inside of the church is probably a… Continue reading
Miami Beach is a lively place with tall structures and various art sculptures surrounding the city. The buildings, with their carefully constructed architecture, hold their own unique personalities. Many continue the upkeep of… Continue reading
If you plan to the Florida Everglades, you won’t see everything in one day. It’s ginormous! Here are just some of the many species of birds I was lucky enough to capture on… Continue reading
Gators, gators everywhere! They are intimidating creatures, but they won’t harm you unless you mess with them. Feeding is prohibited! This guy had just caught himself a fish. Notice the smile on his… Continue reading
Rain clouds can be a blessing, especially when the sun is shining and the blue sky is still peeking through.
Here’s a sample of some things you can see in the Florida Everglades: Beware of giant cats. 🙂 I’ve seen these guys at a few garage sales. 🙂 An enemy of the Florida… Continue reading
Churches are great subjects to photograph. Some of the older churches have the most exquisite and dramatic architecture.