Dean Singleton's Travel Posts

First trip to Colorado and I shot a lot of photos.  Here are a few, some in HDR, some not.  The part we saw was beautiful.  It was much different from the…

These were shot within about 60 miles of home. I hope you enjoy them. My only chance to get out and get a few fall color shots.

Heading back from New Mexico we stopped over at Palo Duro Canyon in the Texas Panhandle. Drove down into the canyon and got a few shots there as well as on the…

Our second day in Northern New Mexico. Loved the climate, warm days and cool nights. All shots are comprised of 2 to 5 photos combined in Photomatix Pro and…

Northern New Mexico, heading to Red River for some R & R with wife, kids. and grandson. Stopped along the way to shoot the clouds.

Scenes from Taos. We walked around Taos shopping and taking photos for about an hour and this is what I got. Didn't have a shirt in the size I needed so I…

The Traveling Man isn't just one man. He's three. Getting up in the morning with his head just above ground, standing playing with the birds. and playing the…

In western North Carolina the Blue Ridge Parkway runs through Asheville near where some dear friends live. Part of these were taken with them near Waynesville…

Heading south out of Dallas we took Hwy 287 past Waxahachie towards Ennis then east towards Kaufman. The sunflowers were between Waxahachie and Ennis. The old…

Peggy's Cove made a lot of it's income with lobsters hence the traps everywhere. Lobster season is coming up soon so traps were being readied for the season. …

Peggy's Cove Nova Scotia is a beautiful place to visit but I really wouldn't want to live there. Population is about 40 and in the summer crowded with us dumb…

I took a little walk throught the strange world of Deep Ellum just off the east end of downtown Dallas in preparation for the Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk…

New Orleans' Cafe du Monde, beignets and coffee! I know that somewhere in the Louisana laws there is a requirement that anyone visiting New Orleans must go to…

James Lee Burke writes a series of books about the fictional life of Det. Dave Robicheaux of the New Iberia, La. Sheriff's office. We have on several occasions…

These were some bollards and a shot of the Conquest bow where it was tied to the dock in Nassau. This was, I would think, the nicest of all the places we have…
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