This image won third prize in the Amateur Color category at the 2013 Norman Tree Photo Contest. It was taken in Oklahoma’s Arbuckle Mountains near Turner Falls.
Ouachita Trail Story in TrailGroove Magazine My story on the Ouachita Trail was published in the latest issue of TrailGroove!
Excited to have a selection of my photos of Comancheria posted in Oklahoma Today’s Photo Gallery: http://www.oklahomatoday.com/oklahomatoday/MAGAZINE/Photo_Galleries/JA13_-_Comancheria_1.html See the full story here: Visions of Comancheria
Drove to Chandler yesterday for a photo shoot at the Route 66 Interpretive Center in the beautifully restored WPA armory. Also shot the 1930 Phillips 66 station on Highway 18, being restored to original bright colors. Then to Perkins to locate the WPA outhouse at the Frank Eaton (Pistol Pete) house and found some interestingContinue reading “Chandler and Perkins”
Climbed Elk Mountain this past weekend. Always some nice photo ops.
Photos from a walk in the neighborhood yesterday
Traveled this week to Baltimore, Maryland to participate in Baldrige Examiner Training and realized I would have some free time on my first afternoon in town, so I thought I would find a dayhike I could do on the Appalachian Trail, which runs through Maryland about an hour west of Baltimore. I rented a car and drove toContinue reading
Trail to the Lighthouse Formation, early morning, Palo Duro Canyon, Texas Lighthouse Formation, Palo Duro Canyon Lighthouse Formation, Palo Duro Canyon
My photo of the sign outside the now-closed Eagle Park Amusement Park was featured in the Last Look section of Slice Magazine this month. Took it with my iPhone almost a year ago. http://www.sliceok.com/
I am amazed at the blessings! As runner-up in the Backwoods Ultimate Outsider contest, Bill will have all but his airfare to Kathmandu paid for the Backwoods Adventure Trip “Trekking in Nepal.” Naturally, I wouldn’t let him go without me! That means we will be leaving for Nepal less than 60 days after we returnContinue reading “Nepal! But first, Alaska!”