Category Archives: Photojournalism

Opportunity

A seven foot high brick wall surrounded the property.  No roof or evidence of any building rose above the wall, only a few trees.  A curved brick walkway led to a gate, the only break in the brick wall.  Entry … Continue reading

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Road Trip

I’m planning another photo safari next spring, but looking for a new kind of adventure.  In past years I would do one of two things: 1) Drive everywhere, staying in a different motel each night and occasionally camping (sleeping in … Continue reading

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London

On the banks of the Thames River sits the London Eye, a mere 200 meters downstream from the House of Parliament.  The giant wheel measures 400 feet in diameter. A complete rotation of the wheel takes 30 minutes, such a … Continue reading

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One Man Polka Band

Uggh!  Winter is here already, temperature in the teens and snow on the ground. While cooped up in the house for three days, I searched my archived files for reminders of warmer days.  I found this shot taken at the … Continue reading

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Prim & Proper

The tour guide looked the part of a wealthy lady in the 1850’s as she led us through the Belle Meade mansion (click here) near Nashville, TN.  The authenticity of her “costume” was outdone only  by her seemingly first hand … Continue reading

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