Accidental Art

Canon G12 – Auto mode Sepia Filter Option Yesterday I went to Old Town Alexandria, Virginia to spend the evening for business. As I have yet read the Canon G12 book that I had purchased, I brought it along with some hands on practice. The objective? To begin […]

Blur in the Woods

Today was an odd day in that it started with overcast skies, cold air, and snow flurries. It then ended up being sunny and bright. Taking my Canon G12 on a 11-mile hike in Patapsco Valley State Park, I took the opportunity to learn this camera a little better. […]

Study of a Pony

For those that have been following me, please forgive my seeming absence. After a long month of rehabilitating my knee due to a fall on the Harper’s Ferry hike on January 4th, I have been finally cleared this week  to start back up my horseback riding and hiking. Needless […]

In Search of the Blue

View of Annapolis over the Severn River This bright and crisp late January morning, my friend and I joined this wonderful group of people from the Anne Arundel County Bird Club down at Greenbury Point along the Severn River in Annapolis. Our mission? To find as many wintering birds […]


“The apex of perfection in equestrian art is not an exhibition of a great deal of different airs and movements by the same horse, but rather the conservation of the horse’s enjoyment, suppleness and finesse during the performance, which calls for comparison with the finest ballet, or performance […]

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I would like to thank Louisiana and Kentucky for the French donut and the distinctly American spirit, respectively.  Without you, this dish of pillowy fried squares of sweet sorcery would have never been possible. Beignets: You can make them from scratch, but Cafe Du…