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03 Jun 2014

Yellowstone National Park magic

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I was in Yellowstone for four days last week.  Never enough time but boy can you see a lot in a short period.

Saw – Bison, Elk, pronghorn, bighorn, coyote, fox, great horned owl right at the visitor center had a nest got two babies in a tree, grizzly w/cub, black bear w/3 cubs, Stayed in Gardner 5 miles north of the north entrance.  Great place to stay if you don’t want to be close to Old Faithful.  But being there for critters, the north side is the place to be.  The lodge at Canyon Village is also a good location and looked brand new and had just opened this past weekend.

06 Mar 2014

Death Valley

Death Valley get’s an average rainfall of 2 inches per year.  Last Friday they got 1/2 inch.  Not exactly what I was expecting but we actually had clouds for 5 days.  Last year not a cloud in the sky the entire trip.


29 Jan 2014

The Cave

This is a natural underground hot spring in Iceland.  Climbing around a cave with snow, ice, tripod and camera trying not to fall in the water or bump into another photographer.  What fun.  No that’s not a reflection, the water is crystal clear.#Icelandcavepano

28 Jan 2014

And up through the ground came a bubbling crude

Well, no it’s not oil, black gold or Texas tea.  It’s the mud from the geothermal area in Iceland.#Iceland #geothermalDSC_3756

24 Jan 2014
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20 Jan 2014

The people of Paris

Over the next few days I’ll be posting a glimpse into the activity on the streets of Paris in the fall.  There is so much to see it’s mind boggling.

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18 Jan 2014


Reykjavik Iceland

At the docks they were painting one of the fishing boats.  I guess this guy was on a break and thought it was a good idea the flick his cigarette.


21 Oct 2013

More Francais


From behind the clock of the Musee D’orsay In Paris you can see the Louvre.  If you walk through all of the exhibits at the Louvre it’s the same as a half marathon (13 miles).


_7100821-EditThe view from atop Sacre Coeur One of the best views of the city.

20 Oct 2013

Back from France

I just got back from a trip to France.  Paris and Provence to be exact.  It was a vacation on not a specific photography trip.  But there’s no way I’m going anywhere without a camera.  I took the D7100.  Lightweight, hi res and pretty good in low light.  All of my photos were hand-held.  Next time I will definitely bring a pedometer as I walked enough to compensate for all of the food I ate.  I’m currently going through croissant withdrawal.  First stop, Notre Dame Cathedral Paris._7102253-Edit _7100713