Diablo Canyon revisited

Life got in the way and there have not been many opportunities to got out and shoot. Unfortunately this is not going to change anytime soon but tonight was an exception and it paid of nicely. The skies, the sunset all played along and allowed me to bring some nice images home. Orange filter and … Continue reading Diablo Canyon revisited

Took a long while …

2020 was photographically speaking not the most exciting years, hazy skies from forest fires in the west for most of the summer, monsoon cancelled, winter a no show, until this week and today the clearing winter storm with Ansel Adams like drama in the sky. Of course this happens right on a day when the … Continue reading Took a long while …

Forest Rd 79 this time with clouds

New Mexico landscapes are really cloud-scapes. With horizons as wide and they sky a big as it is, clouds are really an integral part of the scene. They promised us snow, but it didn't come. Instead we got some clouds which is an improvement I am happy to take advantage of. Along the way I … Continue reading Forest Rd 79 this time with clouds

An afternoon walk on Forest Rd 79 Santa Fe

There are plenty of hikes around Santa Fe NM. Today I discovered yet another one. As usual things did not quite work out as advertised. The road to Apache trail head was gated and the gate was closed. So instead of walking from the trail head I had to walk to it. Either way the … Continue reading An afternoon walk on Forest Rd 79 Santa Fe

LMY (Lamy NM)

In the middle of nowhere lies a small settlement, Lamy station, which to this day is the stop of a 2000 mile Chicago - Los Angeles Amtrak connection. The average speed of this train ride is a comfortable 40 mph. Clearly Amtrak wants to offer its customer some nostalgia and that distinct old time, wild … Continue reading LMY (Lamy NM)

Rhodes before the storm

Leaving Kos by ferry we headed to Rhodes, the largest of the Dodecanese islands. The benefit of travelling by boat, you get to see other islands along the way. In our case the ferry had one stop over in Symi. Symi harbor is a sight to behold. All buildings in the small harbor are painted … Continue reading Rhodes before the storm

The three islands of Kos (Greece I)

Before covid, when travel was still a low risk proposition, I spent a summer touring some of the Greek islands with my boys. We started in Kos and continued by ferry to other destinations. I was interested how much of the Greece, which I came to know as a child, was still out there and … Continue reading The three islands of Kos (Greece I)