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…

There was a bit of dread in my mid-south self about rolling out of bed on this mid-January day into the 10-degree cold.  We were going to try for some sunrise shots of the Tetons and a guide would meet us at our bed and…

A boneyard beach is a popular term for the driftwood or weathered remains of shoreline trees that have fallen from an eroding maritime forest. They are often strewn like a sculpture of limbs as they gradually wash into the ocean.

Located on East Bay Street in Charleston, South Carolina, Rainbow Row is a stretch of 13 Georgian-style row homes painted in bright pastels.  The area is a must-see for visitors, where architecture, colors, flower boxes wrought-iron accents and balconies combine for a great scene.  However,…

A “Boneyard beach” is the popular term for the driftwood or weathered remains of shoreline trees that have fallen from an eroding maritime forest. They are often strewn like a sculpture of limbs as they gradually wash into the ocean. We visited Hunting Island State…

On a whim, Marcy declared that we should turn down a particular side road off US 21 near Beaufort, South Carolina.  “I have a photographer nudge,” she said.  What?  “A photographer nudge, is my word for intuition about directions for a potential shot.  Coffin Point…

The Majestic B&B in Leadville, Colorado has now taken first place as the “Most Cozy” stay we have ever experienced. I won’t catalog the other great experiences we’ve had, but this one took me quite by surprise. I confess that I associated the name “Leadville”…

  In anticipation of this trip, I suffered high anxiety about driving around the high mountains of Colorado in the dead of winter, but after watching the weather report, I breathed a sigh of relief and figured we had escaped any difficulties. — But the…