Remember what it felt like to fly free?
July was supposed to be the month to see the comet Neowise. Unfortunately, between the evening thunderstorms and the clouds that occluded the stars at dawn, I didn’t get a chance to venture out and look for this occasional visitor until it had gone around the sun and headed back to the world of Pluto… Continue reading Late is Late
I walk out of my front door to get the phone from my car and I look up The crescent moon shines brightly in the quickly darkening sky Twilight receding, stars ascending and in front of me Stands mighty Orion, with Rigel’s light blazing forth And to one side sits Canopus, with the brightest star… Continue reading Moments
It did it its way.
I was driving to northern New Jersey for a Christening. I figured, what the heck, wake up early, try to get to Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge by sunrise, and watch the sun rise. The sun and the clouds and the sky cooperated. I came for the birds, and ended up with the sun.
Words are inadequate. Schwabacker Landing in the Morning. And this is just the beginning.
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