One of my favorite movies is the GREAT animated film, “Princess Mononoke” by the acclaimed filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki. Hand drawn animation at its finest, with a story for the ages (the environment, personal responsibility) – it is a masterwork that is not to be missed. The film features a fantastic soundtrack by Joe Hisaishi. The… Continue reading Ashitaka and San
Even on a cloudy, drizzly, cold, windy, autumn day, Cape Breton Highlands National Park is a revelation. Cape Breton is an island off Nova Scotia. Buffeted by the winds of the Atlantic Ocean, the rugged beauty of the island is a sight to behold. As you drive through the Cabot Trail along the coast, you… Continue reading Cape Breton Highlands National Park
Words are inadequate. Schwabacker Landing in the Morning. And this is just the beginning.
And it was wonderful! With my son (young then) looking at the pristine blue waters of Crater Lake, the beauty of the Cascades was in full view. If Bend was beautiful, the view from the snow covered edge of the caldera that forms the lake is nothing but spectacular. The blue waters. The strong springtime… Continue reading This is Late April!
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