In the early 18th century, an immigrant from England, Peter Willcox, established a saw mill in a clearing on a … Continue reading Deserted.
Adirondack State Park. Established in 1885, this mountainous wilderness of 6.1 million acres is home to over 10,000 lakes, tens … Continue reading Adirondack Ambling.
Vacation! What a glorious word. Merriam-Webster defines it as “a period away from home or business in travel or recreation.” … Continue reading Island in the Sun.
In April, I published pictures and insights from almost three decades spent pursuing my interest in photography. Those thoughts I … Continue reading The Birds.
A road trip. The quintessential American adventure, getting in your car and heading to new destinations, seeing amazing sites as … Continue reading Memorial Day Meanderings.
“Not all those who wander are lost.” -J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship of the Ring Greetings from New Jersey! Living in the … Continue reading Weekend Wanderings.
Five years. That’s sixty months. Two hundred and sixty weeks. One thousand, eight hundred and twenty-five days. Forty-three thousand, six … Continue reading Five Years.
Hello again! I hope this post reaches you safely at home, in good health, and enjoying the onset of spring… … Continue reading The Art of Photography.
Almost the entire nation is now several weeks into a period of mandatory self-isolation, and I hope you are doing … Continue reading Walk This Way.
How does one preserve their sense of adventure when the nation, and indeed much of the world, is in self-isolation? … Continue reading An Artistic Scavenger Hunt.