A misty morning at Huntley Meadows. A long telephoto zoom. It can be beautiful.
Moab, Utah. How can one town in the Utah desert be so close to two of the most spectacular national parks in the United States – Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park. And in between these two great parks, before entering Canyonlands, Island in the Sky, there is a small state park known as… Continue reading Dead Horse Point State Park
When you think of Maui, you think of warm days at the beach. The warm waters of the Pacific lapping gently over your feet while walking, unhurriedly, in the early hours of the day, eagerly watching the sun rise over an ocean as boundless as your dreams. You think of the Polynesian food, so… Continue reading Freezing in Maui
There is no place quite like Yosemite National Park. It’s been a while since I visited the park – all my pictures were taken with my old Minolta film cameras. I’ve been looking through my slide collection lately and after looking at these pictures for the first time in over twenty five years, it was… Continue reading Timeless Beauty
When I was young, my parents used to take me along trips and vacations to see the wonderful places the world had to offer. I remember driving to Skyline Drive and Shenandoah National Park for the first time. My father was ecstatic looking at the mountains and the seemingly endless views of the valley below. … Continue reading And then, Yosemite
A beautiful, sunny, cool October morning was the catalyst for taking a short walk at Huntley Meadows Park in suburban Alexandria, Virginia. Huntley is one of those hidden gems. It has winding trails, woods, and wetlands, in a compact location in the middle of suburban Alexandria (the Fairfax County part), Virginia. Fall migration is still… Continue reading I came for the birds, but I kind of mist!