The future is hazy

Mount Rainier National Park - 2016 As I was wondering about this French name so far away from home, I dug a little deeper to find out. As it happens, this has nothing to do with nearby Canada. Mount Rainier was named after rear Admiral Rainier by British Navy Captain George Vancouver, who was a close friend... Continue Reading →

Rare Is the Challenge

Rare was last Friday’s challenge but I was so busy working trying to catch up for lost time that I forgot to post my weekly blog piece, so here it is is. We spent two weeks vacationing in the Pacific North West and all along I was searching for pictures of an old gas (petrol)... Continue Reading →

Independence Day

OK, this is a bit off the beaten track for a Paris photograph, but I guess I am entitled to a bit of travel from time to time. This is Larimer Square, Denver's (Co.) "oldest" street. Independence day, July 2011

home run for the giants?

Took me a while to capture this shot at the San Francisco Giants stadium at the end of September in a match vs. the San Diego somethings. Beyond home runs don't ask me anything about baseball. I like that picture though, crisp and clear with the ball arriving well... somewhere. The umpire's position is just... Continue Reading →

getting the boot

Boy! this is the West, young man! and these boots do tell a story. So if you want to be mean, you know you've got to chuck out those Converse and buy these from downtown Denver, co.[full details page: click here for EXIF data]

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