Got a sinking feeling? If thinking about the COVID-19 Pandemic, the impending presidential election, climate change and the myriad environmental challenges we face gives you a sinking feeling, that sensation might be more accurate than you know—especially if you live on the eastern shore of the U.S. The Mid-Atlantic Region, part of the North AmericanContinue reading “Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge: A Sinking Treasure”
A photographic tour of American slot canyons.
Travel to the Earth’s version of the Moon at White Pocket inside Paris Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs National Monument.
A celebration of the Grand Canyon’s 100th Year as a National Park
First substantial snow for DC in a while seems to be a welcomed change from all the rain the area has experienced of late.
I’m going to keep the words to a minimum in this post. Over the last five months I’ve spent a good deal of time exploring Cambridge, MD and the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge region of the Eastern Shore. What a spectacular place. Postscript: Places like Blackwater NWR are currently at risk of losing funding becauseContinue reading “Exploring the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge–a Photo Essay”
A few more photos from a frozen Difficult Run Stream before it thaws.
Photos of Difficult Run Stream which feeds into the Potomac River at Great Falls, VA.
See my photos of a recent trip to Big Sur, CA. Fine art prints will be available soon.