Traveling north of 60 … I  declared in a recent post that  Portugal had my heart, but I think I will just change that to Iberia in general because Spain has a lot to love as well.  On our visit to the Alhambra Sunday, we…

A National Park all to Ourserlves

Traveling on the north side of 60 … It was about fourteen months ago that I watched  YouTube videos of photographer Thomas Heaton and friends describing their trip to the Canadian Rockies for winter photography.  Thomas’s enthusiasm is infectious and I longed to visit some…

There is a particular barn in Grand Teton National Park that is widely photographed and I figured that I wanted to have my own crack at it. The photographic Web site Flickr calls the Thomas Alma (T.A.) Moulton Barn the most photographed barn in the…

We captured this image through the hazy, dirty, wet window of a tour boat on Lake Como, Italy.   With storms all day, our excursion from the town of Como to Bellagio was a bit rough and I had just a few seconds to brace myself…

The grave of little Gracie Watson in Bonaventure Cemetery near Savannah, Georgia

On a perfect mid-March day, Azaleas bloom along Oglethorpe Avenue in Savannah, Georgia

This is a bit of a bait-and-switch because I will talk more about wildlife than barns.   Our recent obsession has been trying to capture the image of a fox leaping in the air to pounce on prey hidden in the sagebrush and deep snow.  All…

Marcy was researching the walking distance to the famous Moulton Barns and came across Mike Jackson’s Best of the Tetons Photo Tours website (https://bestofthetetonsphototours.com).  We gave Mike a call and decided to book a day with him.   I wish I had to words to describe…

Our January ramblings in Grand Teton National Park have been somewhat limited because many of the roads are closed for winter.   We wondered before we came if there would be enough to occupy our time for the 10 days that we would be here, but…