Oppytop's American Posts

Chico town is located in Northern California nestled along the western Sierra Mountain range. My parents lived here until we moved them to Texas to live out…

This will be my last installment of my Kansas/Nebraska set. I am not a surveyor but I assisted a friend and joined the team looking for oil and gas. Yes we did…

Winter on the plains of central Kansas. Surveying went 7 days per week until complete. Snows would come and go. Blizzard one day, sunny blue and melt off the…

Oil, gas and land surveying Kansas USA Central Kansas is very remote and can be very harsh. I took these images as a team member on a multi week surveying…

Images can be deceiving- before scrolling down take a look at the beautiful painting below. Where may this be? Where is it hanging- perhaps a living room, maybe…

This is the last set in this mini series of Mexico for awhile. I apologize for the dirty images. I wanted to get them posted and failed to clean them properly. …

Sierra Madre Oriental. These rugged mountains of the eastern portion of Mexico are steep and difficult. Spanning 1,000 kilometres (620 mi) the Sierra Madre…

Clean water is a big issue in parts of Mexico. These young boys were off to the town water faucet to fill their jugs. They caught me taking their photograph but…

Indigenous peoples of Mexico, Native Mexicans, or Mexican Native Americans are those who are part of communities that trace their roots back to populations and…

Shot with a 250mm zoom using my old Pentax. I stepped out on the balcony of my hotel in central Guadalajara to catch this native having a smoke, then another…

This kind gentle Mexican man has skills over the top. Though most of us love nature and want to just photograph our animal kindred- there is a place for…

Wonderful people, culture and food! Most tourists flock to the Mexican beaches or ruins of the Yucatan- but the interior is worth a trip to taste the real…

Continuing my "mix em up" photoblog- Im going to be posting single photographs of people, places and things from this most interesting driving trip over the…

This is my back yard. A roll of hay? Yes. A beautiful sunset? Yes. Middle America cattle feed? Yes. But in reality, this is our airport runway all rolled up…

The sea somehow refreshes and allows for the mind and spirit to reset. I still work everyday and though I feel blessed to have a great career; I feel the stress…

Re-inspired by our good friend "Benny"- I decided to get back to some fun photographic alteration "dabble". Here is my attempt to have some fun with the modern…

I truly love this region of North Texas. There are no mountains or oceans or big trees. There is only cowboy culture, the winds off the prairie, big sky, horses…

Winters can be dull and grey- that's why I love Texas! A few grey days then boom- blue skies again. Join me at Pecan Run, a 160 acre (65 hectares) property in…
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