After supper last night, we just pointed our car east and started driving. We did not have a destination in mind. Finally though, we figured that we would scout out Covehead Lighthouse which is located in the Prince Edward Island National Park near Stanhope. We…

For the past 10 years or so we have come to Prince Edward Island in late August. Sultry hot weather can be interspersed with cool and blustery periods, so we are certain to see the lights of John Deere tractors working late into the night…

    Regular readers of our social media accounts will recognize this image. For the past many years, our trips to Prince Edward Island have pulled us to this location on our first free moment. I have dozens of images of this lighthouse, but it…

After seeing another photographer’s beautiful pictures of a Smoky Mountain setting sun. Marcy and I decided to head to the National Park on a recent Sunday (June 24th) to try the shot for ourselves. The weather did not look promising. Thunderstorms had settled down from…

After a long day of travel to Anchorage, Alaska on July 12th, we were greeted by the setting sun as our plane landed at 11:00 PM.   By the time we retrieved luggage and made it to our hotel, it was right at midnight, but the…

The hope is to see the “Big Five” of Denali National Park Wildlife,  namely grizzly bears, caribou, Dall Sheep, wolves and moose. We achieved that today with just a half-mile to go in our journey as this male moose calf crossed the main highway just…

We met this little gray wolf pup right along the road in Denali National Park.  Our guide had seen him a couple days earlier and just like today, he was alone.  We learned that the wolf pack teaches the pups about territories and hunting and…

We are following a winding 60-mile gravel road deep within Denali National Park with our thoughts focused on the hope of seeing the great mountain.  The guides all tell us that there is only a 30% chance though.  The mountain is completely shrouded in clouds more…

After fawn pictures, (see link), Marcy and I headed to the Mountain Campus to continue our exploration of Berry College.   We settled first on a pond to see what we might find.   A swan, ducks, some dragon-fly shots, and good reflections all made for interesting scenes. …

Because there are so many subjects to report from our day trip to Berry College, this may be a multi-blog Saturday.  The school is 153 miles south of us in Rome, Georgia and is distinguished as having the largest contiguous campus in the world at…