Softly floating along the water, something left behind. Gentle like the wind, warming like the sun. A memory that brushes across, ever fleeting. ————————– Spending a little time on the dock this afternoon, the air was fairly quiet with birds. But this delicate feather floated by. It provided […]
The Chesapeake & Ohio National Historic Park weaves along the Potomac River for more than 184 miles. A vital waterway for Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia in the early 1800’s, the canal is a beautiful greenway for a getaway from the hustle and bustle of Washington D.C. At […]
What matters is to live in the present, live now, for every moment is now. It is your thoughts and acts of the moment that create your future. The outline of your future path already exists, for you created its pattern by your past. Sai Baba
So I like climbing up so that I can look down. Whether it’s on horseback, or by footprints, or by boat. The sights seen from above are unparalleled. We should do it more often! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Above all things let us never forget that mankind constitutes one great brotherhood; […]
The most up I’ve ever done in my life is climbing up the Andes mountains for two days to reach the Dead Woman’s Pass on the Inca Trail. I’ll never forget the experience and sometimes forget just hard it really was.
High in the Andes mountains the glory and memory of the sacrifice Jesus Christ made is celebrated. The Fiesta de las Cruces is celebrated on the 3rd of May each year. Decorated, these crosses are included in parades for all to enjoy. Palms molded into decorative arrangements are […]
A self does not amount to much, but no self is an island; each exists in a fabric of relations that is now more complex and mobile than ever before. Jean-Francois Lyotard The fabric you see above was purchased at the Pisac Market in the Sacred Valley of […]
Joyfully bounding down hill after two hard days of trekking up nearly four thousand feet to reach Dead Woman’s Pass. Little did I realize that beyond the pass was yet another mountain to climb. When I reached the bottom and saw what was next I surrendered and begged […]
2012 was a wonderful photography year. With a variety of fun photo field trips, to traveling away from Maryland, my footsteps have taken me to beautiful corners of the world. I’ve learned so much about the art of photography as well. From composition with more impact, […]
Somehow these two bulls in the Andes Mountains in Peru remind me of our government representatives. With the fiscal cliff impending, it’s like two bulls in a Mexican standoff, hoping the other will back off. Here’s hoping a meeting of minds will occur.