Mount Olympus With A Lens's PhotoBlog

Springtime. The season of anticipation, exhilaration, retreat from hibernation. I love to discover nooks and crannies, mosses and crags, where I can imagine the…

I used to grow food but I learned that the local famers do a much better job of it than I do, so I now grow flowers. I get so excited at the thought of flowers…

Deep in a holler of southwest Virginia lies a beautiful park and campground that we visited last November. Our final camping trip of the season was a bit chilly…

Formerly the family home of the Pakenham Mahon family, Strokestown Park is the site of a 16th-century castle, home of the O Conor-Roe Gaelic Chieftains. The…

Windsor, Ohio is about an hour outside of Cleveland and isn't found on many maps. When I was a farmer's market manager, a couple of my farmers/vendors were from…

When The Ohio State Reformatory, first opened in 1896 it had as its goal to reform and rehabilitate its first inmates. Sadly, in the 1960's the state pulled its…

In 2019 I went on my first photography workshop to Ouray County Colorado. Ouray, Gunnison, Crested Butte, Ridgway, all provided a beautiful autumn palette to…

My garden has been alway been my oasis of joy. As spring rolls around I inspect the thawing dirt every day for new signs of life, each new shoot or tendril…

I'm a gazer. A star gazer, people watcher, daydream out the window kind of gazer. These scenes caught my imagination for the dancing light, the varied colors…

I recently returned from a photo workshop in North Dakota, shooting abandoned barns, churches and other buildings. I am always intrigued by the things people…

This spring has been a wild ride of weather conditions, and a photographers dream. Early mornings and evenings had me gleefully chasing light.

The community where I live is known for its quaint village, beautiful victorian style homes, and quintessential Americana lifestyle. As much as I love the…
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