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On my last day in Cochise County, my parents and I decided to head over from Sierra Vista to Tombstone. It's just a scenic, 30ish minute, ride over to this…

Feb. 17-21, 2017 Hi everyone! Thanks for checking out the blog! Being a teacher has its ups and downs. The hours during the day/week are long, but the vacation…

This is an excellent Technicolor Western from Universal-International, script by Maurice Geraghty, directed by George Sherman, from Zane Grey’s novel “Wildfire…

Apparently senior season isn't over yet. Despite rain trying to ruin the session, I was able to get a few decent shots of this young man. I'm hopeful that he…

It is amazing to me how many possibilities arise from just one setting, in this case just one sunset on the way home from work. Thank goodness I had my camera…

One of the neatest aspects of going to my parents second place is the drive. It's long - about 3 hours - but the trip itself is filled with some of the more…

Western wall is one of the most sacred place for the Jews and it is situated in the Jewish quarter in Old city of Jerusalem

These are photographs that I took of my horses over the summer. Our chickens were out and they had never seen them before. I used Picnik to edit them.

While traveling a back road in Pennsylvania I came upon this very cool yard. Somebody had landscaped it beautifully, and put this huge piece of art in the…

there is a fundamental difference between asian and european aesthetics. i can't nail it, but it is present here somewhere on this picture.

Inspired by your wonderful comments to the previous post (many of you wrote about magic and Narnia) we decided to make more magical set - in the evening glow.…
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