Inside the Prime Minister’s House

When I travel, I often like to visit history and art museums.  They're generally easy to find, they're unscripted (generally), so you can stay for as little or as much time as you'd like, and they're always educational; you can learn a lot about what people value by...

The Ornamental Architecture of Thailand

Alright, new year, and a new series... and a new photo essay! In 2019 I got to visit Thailand for the first time.  Unfortunately I didn't really get to venture out of Bangkok, but fortunately there are lots of really cool things to see in the city.  When you're in...

My 5 Favorite Photos from 2019

It's my favorite post of the year!  I know I say that every year, but it truly is.  I love the process of picking my favorites and reviewing my images from the past year. As I write this, I'm dealing with a wonderful stomach bug.  I've managed to get a stomach bug on...

Driving off into the Fog

Well Merry Christmas everyone!  I know I'm a bit late with that, so let me go ahead and say Happy New Year!  I hope you all have had a wonderful holiday season so far. I wanted to end my fall colors series - and the decade! - with this foggy road image.  I love road...

Snow on Autumn Leaves

Alright, I wanted to end my fall stream series with a very special scenario that happened this year; snow while the leaves were still pretty!  In mid-November this year we got a nice little snow, and luckily the roads didn't get bad, but the snow was definitely nice...

Up Sam’s Creek

In last week's Picture of the Week I mentioned that I had been working my way up Thunderhead Prong in the Smokies.  It's funny, because as much of a map nerd as I am, I've never taken the time to explore the creek on a map, so imagine my surprise when I rounded a...

On Thunderhead Prong

Last year when I doubled-down on perfecting my stream scenes, I decided to just "work" the streams up Tremont Road in the Smokies.  Rather than bouncing all over the park to the various streams, I figured I'd be just as well off walking up one stream and seeing what I...

A Progression of Color

Alright, I have a confession to make!  I have spent a lot of time in the streams this fall, and come away with several images that I'm really pleased with... so many in fact that I've had a REALLY hard time picking which images will make it to Picture of the Week, and...

Light Bursting Forth

It's rare that I get two images that are so different from one another, and that I like, taken from so close to each other.  That's the story this week, however, as this week's Picture of the Week was taken maybe 30 feet away from last week's Picture of the Week, just...

Fog in the Trees

You probably don't think of photography as being a "team sport", and admittedly it is a very individualistic pursuit, however there are times when it is REALLY fun to collaborate.  I try to do it often.  Put me in a stream, and I can find compositions to work with. ...

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Holly and Dan met in 2002 and married in 2003.  Holly is a community volunteer with a passion for the elderly. Breast cancer survivor. Homemaker.  Dan is a security minded technologist with a passion for travel, adventure, and life in general. Guilty of taking lots of pictures.

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