Category Archives: Photojournalism

Roche Harbor

On the northwest side of San Juan Island, off the coast of Washington State, is Roche Harbor.  The harbor is sheltered on three sides making it ideal for small pleasure craft.  Fishing, whale watching, artists and craftsman provide a resort-like … Continue reading

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Snoqualmie Falls

One of Washington State’s most popular scenic attractions is Snoqualmie Falls.  Height of the falls is 270′.  Maybe it’s popular because it has easy access … and free. It was overcast, cold and drizzling the day I visited, but still … Continue reading

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Kelp

I’ve heard of kelp.  I know it grows in the ocean, commonly called seaweed, and is often used in Asian cuisine.  That’s about all I knew about kelp until I found this specimen on a rocky beach of San Juan … Continue reading

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Yoga

I was alone in the early morning, taking a leisurely stroll along the shores of Lake Michigan.  I heard the voice long before I saw it.  The voice was powerful, commanding, authoritative, demanding … everything I was trying to escape … Continue reading

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Hotel Astoria, St. Petersburg

In St. Petersburg, Russia  I found the Hotel Astoria very  interesting.  The bright red awnings caught my eye, and then I noticed the main streets on both sides leading to domed buildings topped with spires.  It took less than a … Continue reading

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Memorial Park

Created in 1948, and dedicated by President Harry Truman, Omaha’s Memorial Park was originally built to commemorate the sacrifices made by veterans in the first and second World War.  Since then it has become a tribute to all men and … Continue reading

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Russian Reflection

There wasn’t much free time to explore St. Petersburg on foot.  But, one time the bus stopped 3-4 blocks from our destination; I felt liberated to see things on my own terms. I caught this beautiful reflection of an old … Continue reading

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