Fall is such a wonderful time of year and especially in Central Park.
I was a runner for years, but I never had plans to do a marathon. I heard all the horror stories of runners vomiting and peeing on themselves (and worse), collapsing at the end, carted off in ambulances from heat exhaustion, and seen the weather change drastically from one extreme to the other for race […]
After the Great Fire of 1871, Chicago was practically a “blank canvas” for prominent architects to showcase their artistry and designs. A new method of building taller buildings gave birth to the “skyscraper”.
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The coastline of California’s northern coast is breathtakingly beautiful. Pounding waves, eroded rock sculptures, and unpredictable weather create stunning images especially in black and white.
Take a break from the 700 plus Winery Taste Challenge and really get to know the true nature of Napa and Sonoma.
Living in Alaska for 3 months, I saw good days, bad days, and fabulous days! I took advantage of the fabulous days to go out on wildlife cruises or travel through the mountains. Here are a few pictures that I was lucky enough to capture: On a Kenai Fjord Tour, we were on one side of […]
Enjoy Homer, affectionately known as, “the quaint little drinking village with a fishing problem.”
When I was a child, I loved watching the Olympics, and I was extremely fascinated with rowing. I was mesmerized by the teamwork, synchronization and almost silent gliding of the rowers. I was never the strongest or fastest in any sport, but I always had a high degree of competitiveness. Rowing looked like an elite […]
If there’s one town that embodies all that Alaska has to offer, it’s Seward. Framed by the Kenai Mountains on one side and Resurrection Bay on the other, Seward is a picturesque base camp for all your Alaskan adventures. Whether you arrive by cruise ship, train, or car, Seward is the place to experience Alaska. […]