Category: Travel

Working at Home

I’m working at home today. We’re having the tub refinished, (results) and someone needs to be here. Of course this is cool, because it gives me a moment to post another image from my past. I know you’re all dying to see a picture from my year in Diego Garcia. I believe this was taken Read More

A Searchable, Highly Accessible Image Repository

I spent most of Sunday afternoon going through hundreds of old negatives and slides. When I have the time, it’s my goal to digitize many of the more interesting images and get them up on the blog. Once they’re on my blog, I’ll have instant access to all of them. I’ll be able to search Read More

Wonderful Wisconsin

Last week’s trip to my home state was the best ever. Everything I did exceeded expectations. I just wish Kelly had been there. Of course, 4 days in July during some of the nicest weather I’ve ever known in that state might be a bit misleading. It’s one thing to talk about Wisconsin winters – Read More

What Was I Thinking?

The next time I agree to go camping with ALL of the parents, save me the pain and just shoot me. 🙂 We did have some fun though… Read More

Gualala 2004

We finally made it to our favorite bed & breakfast just north of Gualala, California. Our visit was too short as usual, but the food, the fireplace and the soaking tub helped to soothe our frayed nerves despite the rainy, gray weather. Ahhh… We stayed in the Sequoia cabin – one of our favorites. We Read More

The Inuit Mind

I have never understood how it is that a culture who live in a largely desolate environment often completely devoid of color would create such colorful, complex geometric patterns in their art. I bought these beaded items from an Inuit woman in Greenland in 1986. My recollection is that I paid five dollars a piece Read More

Tahoe Trippin’

My Lake Tahoe film vs. digital experiment is over. It looks like digital photography is the hands-down winner – at least in terms of speed and convenience. I have been home almost two days now, and I still have no film photos to show for my considerable efforts. Dragging the bulky film camera around was Read More

New York Images

By now, I know that some of you have already seen some of the pictures of our New York trip. Unfortunately, the tiny Ofoto thumbnails just do not do justice to the images – UNLESS you get them printed, that is. Well, in order to fix this sorry situation, I’m posting some higher resolution images. Read More

Greenwich Village Panorama

I took about 10 of these panoramas so that I’d be sure to get one that would stitch together nicely. I was absolutely determined to share the view from Lelah’s balcony with all of you. Click on the image below to view a 180+ degree panorama of the view. The file is quite large, (400K) Read More

Manhattan!

We just returned from New York this evening, and we’re both thoroughly exhausted. I have about 250 images to go through – I promise to post a few as soon as I can get them ready. For now, here’s a shot of Kelly and her mother on Lelah’s balcony. As you can see, Lelah has Read More

Do Nothing Day

So we spent our Saturday doing (almost) nothing – and it was beautiful. We both loved it! Of course, that does not excuse me from my resposibility to post something to my blog! Guess it’s time to drag out another old image and call it Photo of the Day! I shot this 180 dgeree panorama Read More

Huntington Lake – 2003

Our annual camping trip to Lake Huntington was a blast, although, I wouldn’t exactly call it “roughing it”. The Hunter clan believes in packing everything – yes, even the kitchen sink. For a blow-by-blow account of the event, check out Wendy’s highly entertaining blog entry. If you’d like to see even more images of our Read More

Arizona Cactus

The story behind this shot begins on a trip to Arizona to inspect the Palo Verde Nuclear Plant. (Hmmm… fodder for future posts.) Anyway, I saw the heavy weather coming from my lonely hotel room, so I pointed my rental car out of town looking for a good spot to stop and shoot a totally Read More

Another Cool Site on My Server

My friend Joe Morris decided to take a year off work and travel the world. Follow his most excellent adventures at xenotropic.net If the site looks familiar to you, it’s because Joe is the guy who set up my Bali travel Site. Read More

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