Category Archives: Nature at its Best

Sometimes You Just Have to Look Down

I love wide open landscapes…sweeping vistas…big bold skies. Just look at most of my photographs if you doubt me. I’m always taken in by the grandeur before me. But, just like in life, you can’t always focus on the big picture.

Sometimes You Just Have to Look Down

I love wide open landscapes…sweeping vistas…big bold skies. Just look at most of my photographs if you doubt me. I’m always taken in by the grandeur before me. But, just like in life, you can’t always focus on the big picture.

Starry Starry Night

Dark, clear New Hampshire nights are a favorite time to gaze to the heavens and get lost in the vastness of the universe.  Even here in the White Mountains there is too much light pollution  to really make the Milky

Starry Starry Night

Dark, clear New Hampshire nights are a favorite time to gaze to the heavens and get lost in the vastness of the universe.  Even here in the White Mountains there is too much light pollution  to really make the Milky

Going With the Flow

Where does the time go?  The past year has gone by faster than this river. We have spent the Summer here in the White Mountain area of New Hampshire. We decided to take a rest from the Red Road and

Going With the Flow

Where does the time go?  The past year has gone by faster than this river. We have spent the Summer here in the White Mountain area of New Hampshire. We decided to take a rest from the Red Road and

Walking On a Glacier: Hurry before it melts

Glaciers are slowly disappearing all over the world. Since we seem unable in the near term to address the warming trends that are causing this problem I figured I’d better take the opportunity to stand on one before they are

Walking On a Glacier: Hurry before it melts

Glaciers are slowly disappearing all over the world. Since we seem unable in the near term to address the warming trends that are causing this problem I figured I’d better take the opportunity to stand on one before they are

Stranded in Banff: Rain, Floods and Mudslides

We left the Crowsnest area of British Columbia and headed north along the west side of the Rockies, through Kootanay National Park and into Banff National Park. It was just more beautiful mountain scenery, although as we set up camp

Stranded in Banff: Rain, Floods and Mudslides

We left the Crowsnest area of British Columbia and headed north along the west side of the Rockies, through Kootanay National Park and into Banff National Park. It was just more beautiful mountain scenery, although as we set up camp

Spelunking in Carlsbad Cavern, New Mexico

I tend to be slightly claustrophobic.  I need to have a few feet of open space in front of my face, so small, tight spaces will usually produce minor panic attacks in me. I had no idea I was like

Spelunking in Carlsbad Cavern, New Mexico

I tend to be slightly claustrophobic.  I need to have a few feet of open space in front of my face, so small, tight spaces will usually produce minor panic attacks in me. I had no idea I was like

Northern Maine. It’s Not Bar Harbor, It’s Better

It’s just over two hours from our camp in Quebec to Jackman, Maine. Two hours but a world apart. Twenty miles over the border and we’ve traded French, urban, chic for North Woods back county. We arrived at our campground

Northern Maine. It’s Not Bar Harbor, It’s Better

It’s just over two hours from our camp in Quebec to Jackman, Maine. Two hours but a world apart. Twenty miles over the border and we’ve traded French, urban, chic for North Woods back county. We arrived at our campground