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”
It does matter what shoes you wear when you hike to that precipice and take that photo for Instagram.
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.
You never know what will come of your friendships with neighbors. In the fall of 2002, my husband, children and I moved into a home in Northern Virginia which backed up to a much older, Antietam, farm house with trellis anchored flowers growing up the white siding layered with generations of paint. For years we heard about our neighbor’sContinue reading “Photo Journal: A Close-Up on Captiva Island, Florida, Under a Big Banyan”
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.