Showing posts for 'travel'. Clear search

backdrops

October 01, 2018 - When I think of photographic backdrops, I tend to visualize a studio with assorted lights and muted fabrics serving as s...
Read the Full Post »

organization

March 19, 2018 - Nothing like revisiting photographs that are hither and yon to bring home the concept of organizing your photographic wo...
Read the Full Post »

wheels keep turning

February 06, 2017 - What a magnificent invention the wheel is! It has made life easier, brought many things closer, and enabled humans to tr...
Read the Full Post »

fantasies

December 05, 2016 - At this season and this time of year (winter in many parts of the northern hemisphere), people tend to turn inward and t...
Read the Full Post »

fiber everywhere

September 25, 2016 - Once a year, the Taos Wool Festival is held in Kit Carson Park in Taos. 60+ vendors from the Southwest and beyond gather...
Read the Full Post »

noble wood

March 21, 2016 - Wood is one of the oldest building materials used by humans. It is extremely strong, and, in the right climate, it is du...
Read the Full Post »

compression and tension

February 22, 2016 - As you might have noticed, my blogs are sometimes responses to bits and pieces of information that are of interest to me...
Read the Full Post »

Carnival

February 07, 2016 - Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, Shrove Tuesday, and Carnival celebrations are going on around the world this week, ending as th...
Read the Full Post »

Color it red

December 07, 2015 - Through the New Ground Matrix Fine Art Gallery in Albuquerque's Nob Hill area, I found an extremely helpful photography...
Read the Full Post »

new friends and memories

October 26, 2015 - Given the fact that we spent a lovely day yesterday with Bonnie and Ken, new friends that my sister and I met during the...
Read the Full Post »

also rans

July 27, 2015 - The week was full of photography, from another mini-workshop on lighting with documentary friend Cristina McCandless, a...
Read the Full Post »

flexibility

June 08, 2015 - It was slightly more than a fleeting thought, a lark as it were, that took us over the pass in search of that stunning f...
Read the Full Post »

O'Keefe country

March 22, 2015 - A year in New Mexico is not complete without a drive to or hike in the area I and many call O'Keefe Country. There was a...
Read the Full Post »

It was, after all, a river cruise

January 18, 2015 - During the last four months and a bit, photographs from the river cruise my sister and took on the Danube, Main, and Rhi...
Read the Full Post »

Windmill dreams

January 12, 2015 - Windmills are a symbol of the wide open spaces of the American west. In May 1977, on the day the Aeromotor windmill was...
Read the Full Post »

Reflections - Kinderdijk and a bridge too far

January 05, 2015 - Before the cruise, my sister had told me about Kinderdijk and the windmills that make this enchanting part of Holland fa...
Read the Full Post »

The fragrant city

December 28, 2014 - Although writer Samuel Taylor Coleridge had little good to say about the city of Cologne or Köln of years past, the mode...
Read the Full Post »

Along the Rhine

December 21, 2014 - On the afternoon of the eleventh day and during the dark of that night on our river journey, we departed Wertheim, saili...
Read the Full Post »

At the corner of Main and Tauber: Wertheim

December 15, 2014 - One stanza from "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge reads 'Water, water, every where, and all t...
Read the Full Post »

On the River Main in Würzburg

December 07, 2014 - There was a feel about Würzburg that is difficult to explain. I was enchanted by it. This Franconian city on the River M...
Read the Full Post »

Center of the Holy Roman Empire

December 01, 2014 - I did not know nor would have guessed that Bamberg - that lovely, northerly starting point of the Main-Danube canal - wa...
Read the Full Post »

Nuremberg

November 22, 2014 - Nuremberg is a city of contradictions. Known as the center of Nazi activities during World War II and home to the Nazi R...
Read the Full Post »

rainy city

November 17, 2014 - When you think of rainy places in the United States, Seattle, Portland, New Orleans, the Hawaiian island of Kauai, and t...
Read the Full Post »

Cruising the River Danube

September 21, 2014 - One of the challenges of a fifteen-day trip is digesting the places, people, architecture, colors, smells, and sounds, n...
Read the Full Post »

Archive
January February March April May June July August (2) September (4) October (4) November (4) December (5)
January (4) February (5) March (4) April (4) May (5) June (2) July August September October November December