Pink sky at night, sailor's delight. I have no idea what that means. If you like my photos, please follow me on Instagram.
Quince Street Bridge, San Diego, railing carvings included. If you like my photos, please follow me on Instagram.
Today is the one-year anniversary of this blog. I started it at the urging of a friend, who had read some of my previous blog (which lasted for 8 years and can be found here), and said I should start doing it again. I did, but the focus this time is on my photos, not... Continue Reading →
I've gone to Seattle 4 times now, and the past 2 times I've visited the EMP Museum. Both their permanent and traveling exhibits are always fascinating and incredibly well done. This year's big attraction was Star Trek 50: Exploring New Worlds. I'm not a huge Star Trek fan ... I've enjoyed the new movies and... Continue Reading →
No trip to Seattle is complete without a trip to the Space Needle, that "Back to the Future" icon that dominates the skyline along with Mt. Rainier. The Space Needle--built for the 1962 Seattle World's Fair--is within easy walking distance of downtown, but why walk when you can ride that other futuristic invention, the Monorail?... Continue Reading →
I spent a relaxing 5 days in late July exploring one of my favorite cities, Seattle, Washington. I'm pretty much a creature of habit when I travel, so while I tend to add a new city every now and again to my "portfolio," I also tend to visit a lot of the same things in... Continue Reading →
He sat in the bookstore and read the first two chapters, trying to decide if the book was worth taking home and finishing. It was. "This book is mine now," he thought. His fingerprints were on the soft matte-finish cover, a slight corner dog-eared on page 6 that only he would notice, a minor pedigree... Continue Reading →