The End of the Women’s March on Raleigh, NC

I didn’t anticipate the number of people or the difficulty of getting downtown and finding a parking spot . Typically I can leave my house and be where I want to be within 10-15 minutes. But this was different. It was the Women’s March on Raleigh. The anticipated crowd was about 7,000 but the actual total was over […]

Travel Photography: Bermuda Storms

In the Northern Atlantic Ocean, hurricane season occurs from June 1 to November 30, sharply peaking from late August through September. The prime time to cruise to Bermuda is between the beginning of May to the end of September. If you are going to take a cruise to Bermuda you should be prepared to hit […]

Travel Landscape Photography : The North Carolina Museum of Art.

The Architectural Record has selected 125 significant buildings that have defined architecture in our era. The NC Museum of Art in Raleigh North Carolina is on the list. I am fortunate to be located only 5 miles away. Besides it being a great building; it also has Friday night movies on the lawn, a 5 star […]

Ants: Photography close up and personal 

This time of year ants are especially abundant because the weather is warm and rain is frequent. They will make a line from the door to a small crumb of dog food that fell from Wally’s (my dog) mouth.  My first Instinct is to do whatever I can to get rid of them, having no […]

Travel Photography: A stop along a country road in North Carolina.

Somewhere on highway 32 near Edenton, NC. Edenton is located in the north east corner of North Carolina on the Albemarle Sound near the Outer Banks. Highway 32 is a typical North Carolina country road. There’s not much on  it other then cotton and tobacco fields, old tobacco barns, farm houses and an occasional church. After a […]

Foggy Beach Day

Photography of fog, on the beach in Margate, NJ., Christmas Day. The rain finally stopped and the fog rolled in. It was so thick I couldn’t see the edge of the ocean while standing on the bulkhead or see more then a few feet in front of me while walking. Sometimes Wally would run off and couldn’t be […]