Category Archives: Travel

The Osa | Puntarenas, Costa Rica

ISO 100 | Exposure 1/750 Second | Aperture 5.6 | Focal Length 8.0 mm The high tomorrow is 39 in the District but 89 in Gulfo Dulce.  Tough choice. We hiked to this beach where it seemed as if no other person had ever been.  I learned to surf here later in the day which was both more […]

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Baristas | Uptown, New Orleans

ISO 400 | Exposure 1/8 Second | Aperture 4.0 | Focal Length 38 mm Rue de la Course is a NOLA landmark.  I’ve even been stopped on the X8 DC bus with my Rue travel mug.  They have great coffee and snacks. Stop in any day or time and you’ll see customers sipping big cups of coffee […]

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Alhambra | Grenada, Spain

ISO 100 | Exposure 1/4 Second | Aperture 3.5 | Focal Length 18.0 mm Images of humans or animals in art is forbidden under Islamic law.  Alternatively, Islamic artists for centuries have used infinitely repeating patterns of floral and geometric shapes.  Dating back to 1333, the adornments of the walls and ceilings in the ancient Nasrid […]

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GM Coach #2857 | Dearborn, Michigan

ISO 400 | Exposure 1/60 Second | Aperture 4.0 | Focal Length 18.0 mm This bus, where Rosa Parks made a stand by refusing to give up her seat to a white man on December 1, 1955, is housed at the Henry Ford Museum.  It had been neglected for many years before the museum acquired and […]

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Hazdistazí | The Navajo Nation

ISO 100| Exposure 1/60 Second | Aperture 4.0 | Focal Length 18.0 mm We found Antelope Canyon via a Facebook comment posted by my cousin.  There’s not much between Sedona and Page Arizona, but the speed limits are pretty liberal, so it doesn’t take TOO long to get there—and I have to say that the payoff is […]

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