Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

A short post this time around. Short because the real post is an Adobe Spark Page linked below. Spent a recent (7/16/18) morning visiting Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. It was a great visit, but I will definitely need to return to see what I missed and to hike around some more. Of the 15 … Continue reading Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

Whimbrel at Del Mar Beach

Walking on the Beach in Del Mar

We were vacationing in Del Mar, California last month, enjoying walks on the beach everyday and a few travels around San Diego. We spent one day in Pasadena to see the latest show our son was working on. Even though there were a few other things we did, this year our vacation was really about … Continue reading Walking on the Beach in Del Mar

Lake Zwerner, Georgia

3 Tips for Fall Color on a North Georgia Trip

It's our first autumn living in the southeast. Georgia to be specific. Coming from California we really only knew two seasons, and depending on where you lived the two could have various names. Hot / Not Hot Dry / Wet Fire / Not Fire Shakey / Still The only leaves we saw change were the … Continue reading 3 Tips for Fall Color on a North Georgia Trip

Starr's Mill

You will want to visit Starr’s Mill, Georgia

During our visit to Georgia last week I posted an article suggesting two places to visit. They are the town of Senoia, and nearby Starr's Mill. The pictures in that post came straight out of the camera. I wanted to get something up quickly while I was still on the trip. Now that we are … Continue reading You will want to visit Starr’s Mill, Georgia

Senoia, Georgia

Visiting Georgia? Here are Two Gems You Won’t Want to Miss

Note: Since writing this post pictures have been posted to my gallery. Senoia This is my second time visiting Georgia. Today we took a short trip down to the small town of Senoia. Small yes, but it is gaining some big fame as one of the filming locations for the series, "The Walking Dead." It … Continue reading Visiting Georgia? Here are Two Gems You Won’t Want to Miss

Basic beach, no frills

Shop Images More pictures from this trip are posted here. Yesterday (Monday 11/21) my photo outing took me to Solana Beach. It's a basic beach. No frills, but a great walk. It was a break from our normal Del Mar vacation habit of going to San Diego at least once during the week. That's okay. … Continue reading Basic beach, no frills

Na Pali Coast, Kauai

Kauai by iPhone

I just got back from Kauai last night and am getting ready to work on editing the 600 plus images made with my DSLR. While you are waiting for those images here are a few captured with my iPhone for a teaser. When I saw these at full size I was a little surprised at … Continue reading Kauai by iPhone

Point Reyes

Point Reyes – Drawing Photographers for Years

It has been called a shipwreck, but I don't really know. I have also heard that it was simply abandoned. Whatever, the Point Reyes has been a draw for photographers for a very long time. And why not. It may be overdone, but is still a great subject and a fun shoot. I will probably … Continue reading Point Reyes – Drawing Photographers for Years

Crop duster close-up

Dusting the fields of Lodi

Click on the images to view a larger version. Driving north of my long commute to work this morning I started to hear the opening theme from the movie Pearl Harbor. You know the piece, Tennessee, by Hans Zimmer. It plays as a crop duster is seen soaring over the fields of Tennessee during opening … Continue reading Dusting the fields of Lodi

Sitting on the beach watching surfers by a pier

Winter in Southern California Can Be Brutal

Winter in San Diego, CA. (Dec. 2013) Winter in southern California can be brutal. A sweat shirt is often needed to brave the cool breeze coming off the Pacific Ocean where daytime temperatures could dip down below 65 degrees. Ocean Beach is one of the most popular communities in San Diego. The historic pier is … Continue reading Winter in Southern California Can Be Brutal