It’s been an easier week for me and as spring has begun, I’ve been out every day chasing birds and looking for migration to really kick in. Today’s adventure was to a favorite, but not-often visited place located in the countryside of Marlboro, Maryland. Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary is […]
In a fog. Unable to see ahead. The sounds of life muffled. But the road beckons me. To follow its path into the unknown.
The Old Red Barn and I The first time I painted the old red barn I was twenty years old and the skies were blue. There it sat in the middle of the hay field Waiting to be immortalized on canvas. The second time I painted the […]
In my weekend at Ann Arbor, Michigan for a family wedding, out in the countryside are numerous barns dotting the landscape. Wanting to capture them in the glorious early morning light, I headed out after dawn. Ann Arbor is home of the University of Michigan, and of course they […]
Drive along a long dirt road in the countryside of Michigan and experience a summer afternoon. Brilliant green fields topped with fluffy white clouds and blue skies are a far cry from the metal and concrete of Ann Arbor. Upon arrival to the monstrous Detroit Airport and a […]
A drive out to the countryside north of Frederick, Maryland on windy roads are three covered bridges. Steeped in local history, these bridges carry us from the present into the past. Loy’s Station Covered Bridge is located at 3600 Old Frederick Road in Thurmont. Originally built in 1848 […]
Wandering down the lane, heading towards the end of the road. Where at the end the bridge to cross the river has been closed. There is nowhere else to go. Along the lane, bright blue skies and brilliant green fields paint the landscape. Tucked back by the wheat […]
I sit astride life like a bad rider on a horse. I only owe it to the horse’s good nature that I am not thrown off at this very moment. Ludwig Wittgenstein Canon 7d, 100-400mm f/4.0 L. Aperture Priority, Auto ISO, Daylight white balance, f/8.0. Edits in Lightroom […]
Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do, I’m half crazy all for the love of you. It won’t be a stylish marriage, I can’t afford a carriage, But you’d look sweet upon the seat Of a bicycle built for two. “Daisy Bell” by Harry Dacre 1892.
In a remote area in the northeast section of North Carolina lies many BBQ houses spread along the countryside that specializes in pulled pork that is served nowhere else in the world. A short 20 minute drive east of I-95 is Wilson where one is quickly swept back […]