Category Archives: Travel

Amish Country

Amish Country

I took this photo several years ago on a road trip across America.  I was almost to the Ohio border, in a very rural part of the state of Pennsylvania and the weather was so gloomy.  Pennsylvania is a deceptively long state to drive through and I was getting a bit of highway hypnosis when… + Read More

Winter in the Rockies

Winter in the Rockies

Here are a few more from our road trip through Nevada, Utah, and Colorado last week.  Having grown up in New England, winter and snow are part of who I am – even though I moved as far away from those two aspects as I could back in 1993.  Since we’ve been so travel-happy the… + Read More

Camping Trip with the Boys

Camping Trip with the Boys

So, El Niño has it’s good points – as mentioned in the last post but it has it’s drawbacks too.  It rained harder than I ever remember it raining in San Diego for five days leading up to our 5 day surf trip deep into baja.  Long story short, 5 bridges washed out on the… + Read More

Long time, no entry!

Long time, no entry!

Travel is such a big part of our lives – be it for work or purely to see new places or people we haven’t seen in awhile – that we do it whenever we have free time.  A wedding in Colorado early in February had us driving over 2000 miles throughout the Southwest and a… + Read More

New York, New York Big City of Dreams…

New York, New York Big City of Dreams…

New York is such a multi-dimensional place; I still have trouble focusing on one particular aspect at a time (sorry for the image overload).  Between the architectural three-dimensionality and added socio-economic layers, the city feels like some Orwellian experiment and is at once hectic and peaceful, maker of dreams or destroyer of hope…truly unlike any… + Read More

Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree

We had a weekend off! We decided to take our camper van, affectionately known as “The Camel” to Joshua Tree. We went in a caravan with the Burt Family – good friends of Dennis’ from college and their 4 children – the youngest only 2 weeks old (yes Mia and Jed are wicked cool parents).… + Read More

Station Fire – Angeles Forest, LA

Station Fire – Angeles Forest, LA

I didn’t realize how crazy the fires were over the past few weeks until a job put us just a few miles east of them.  Here are a few as we passed through Pasadena.  Things got worse before they got better and as of this morning, the fires were 81% contained. + Read More

Cabo San Lucas

Cabo San Lucas

We went to Cabo San Lucas a couple of weeks back for Julie and Sacha’s wedding. We decided to spend a week there and bring the little man, Alex and Grandma Bonnie for a work / holiday trip. As usual, we tried editing these down, but came out with way to many photos… so we… + Read More

Hey, Cowboy!

We just got back from an extended trip to Cabo San Lucas to photograph a wedding and get some rest and relaxation in before a very busy late summer of work.  It was relaxing, albeit VERY hot and wicked humid but we manged to creep out and about when the sun dipped down and tour… + Read More

San Francisco – A Great Place to Leave Your Heart

San Francisco – A Great Place to Leave Your Heart

First time I ever visited San Francisco it was love at first sight.  It was 1995 and a lot has changed since then – for the city and for myself.  The fundamental things that attracted me to the city though – the architecture, the extremes in topography and demography are still present as are my… + Read More

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