Art & Coffee in Asheville

(November 2021) Spending just shy of a month in North Carolina, much of the time in the Asheville area, I had plenty of time to check out the street art, breweries, and coffee shops. At first, I considered including this collection of photos in my earlier album “To the East (2021),” but I ultimately decidedContinue reading “Art & Coffee in Asheville”

To the East…(2021)

Blue Ridge Parkway – Virginia (South of Roanoke….) Shenandoah National Park In the Footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe (Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond, Edgar Allan Poe House and Burial Site in Baltimore) Hollywood Cemetery & the Virginia Roadside (From Richmond to Hollywood Cemetery in Baltimore, Maryland) Assateague Island National Seashore Chesapeake Bay (Chesapeake BayContinue reading “To the East…(2021)”

To the North…(2021)

South Dakota (The Badlands) (The Black Hills) Wyoming (Devils Tower National Monument) North Dakota (Theodore Roosevelt National Park) (The Enchanted Highway) Minnesota (Voyageurs National Park) (Silver Bay) Michigan (Upper Penninsula and Mackinac Bridge) (Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore) (Hartwick Pines State Park & Bay City)

The Black Hills, South Dakota

I’ve visited the Black Hills many times, but my trip to the area in 2021 was the first alone and I can’t wait to go back. Not only did I drive every single road I could find in the Black Hills National Forest, I saved coordinates of places to park and relax for a fewContinue reading “The Black Hills, South Dakota”

Treehouse Living in Asheville…

When my friend Sarah moved to the mountains of North Carolina last year, I couldn’t wait to visit her. An accomplished stained glass artist, she had moved into a large rustic artist studio just outside of Asheville with her boyfriend Kelly, a blacksmith and artist working in metal and various other mediums. The studio, itself,Continue reading “Treehouse Living in Asheville…”

Emerald Views…

The following collection of photographs was assembled from a series of images taken in the summer of 2010 and 2011 during two separate trips to Ireland.