If you stop moving, you will die
Among the thousands of people hiking the Pacific Crest Trail in 2019, there are also animals, and photographer, Andrew Burns. He is not hiking the trail,
We are sleeping inside a pup-tent for the very first time together.
Writing, reading, mountain biking, and fishing, be patient daddies got a new toy!
In the forest I close my eyes hearing insects buzzing and humming around me.
This past February I attended the Key West Photo Festival with other photographers from around the US who broaden my knowledge and inspired my soul
“A good man always knows his limitations.”
Be aware of the panther crossing signs when driving in the Everglades giving these beautiful mammals a chance to live.
One aspect I thought of was my self-diagnosis of having a hyperactive personality with a dose of attention deficit disorder. 🙂
On many occasions, my family and friends have voiced they’re concerned about me backpacking or hiking into the forests and deserts. They fear for
It was a day after the American Labor Day holiday and the unofficial end of summer. But more importantly for me, it is the demographic
It has been a little over a month since I last posted a blog simply because I’m enjoying the time of my life fulfilling
There are many unique museums and places I want to visit, learn and further understand American history. Many tourists and travelers see and reveal in
During the last couple of years, I have traveled mostly in the western US and back home to my much beloved Florida beaches and the
Many things in life are comfortable assumptions, like night or day, green light or red light, and a massive crater in the middle of a
I attended the 2018 Overland Expo West gathering that brought people together from around the world to Fort Tuthill County Fairgrounds in Flagstaff AZ. This
Everyone who visits Arizona always recommends the Grand Canyon and their next recommendation is usually the city of Sedona AZ to see the picturesque red
Oh yes, the Petrified Forest National Park has been on my must-visit list for years, and my recent scenic drive tour has only conjured up
There are many places in the world, but none compare to traveling to witness vistas, landscapes, and wildlife. My current place on this planet
Capturing sunrise photos while stopped at the “Sols Cliff scenic overlook with views of Bar Harbor Maine from inside Acadia National Park. The crisps winds
Attending a funeral, a retirement gathering, a college or high school graduation, of a family member or friend allows for personal self-reflection. Your thoughts peel away layers of
The weekly photo challenge asks the question where would you rather be. The following photos reveal where I would rather be as photography allows for
As the days of March wind down and I continue editing, re-editing and repeating the process of my short stories. The recent cold weather in
During my lifetime of travel along the back roads, my reason to stop is best described as “distracted.” by what my eyes witness and I
Our parents, families, and friends say we are too young to know love. We both wish and desire a love we neither know of
My plan for the day was to set up somewhere along the beach to write and read all day on a picnic bench under a
Well, it has come around again the commercially celebrated Valentines Day of love. It is the erotic, exotic, enticing, inspirational day for the expression and
Landscape photography changes minute to minute, hour, by hour and daily at the White Sands National Monument in New Mexico. In these photographs, I capture a temporary
The elastic balloons cover the grounds as far as the eye can see. Ground crews hold lines as the balloons are inflated reaching heights towering
Hiking a forest or desert trails with only the sounds of your footsteps crunching the ground quiets your soul to experience a believable sense of