Category: Mobile Photography

The First Summer Destination: NYC

In the vein of “doing” more than “thinking” more, I thought no more than a millisecond to decide on grabbing my 15 year old son to drive East, as our first post-Covid, fully vaccinated trip. Our destinations: New York City and the beach. And staying at my mom’s in New Jersey

Closer to 50

As I reach closer to living half a century, there is something very liberating about getting older. When I was young, I was hard on myself and choices seemed limited and tough. I was hard on myself to be pretty, thin, smart, successful, unique, the life of the party. And

My Beloved Summer of New and Strange Adventures

As I recap the summer I’m bringing up an old poem of mine, one that is even more appropriate today as it was when I wrote it 2 years ago. The words, “My beloved Summer full of new and strange adventures” bring all kinds of new meanings now. This last

Shadow Play

I just love the long and soft shadows that envelope the house on bright, sunny mornings because the shadows project interesting illustrations onto the walls in a burst of reds, oranges, yellows and blues. The soothing light breaks the routine of making school lunches and waking up bleary-eyed children because

Needles Highway and the rest of 2018

So it’s obvious to see that after my last post about the Badlands in September, my website was really neglected for the rest of the year. And that’s probably because of several things: School Cross Country Season Birthday celebrations Burn out The annual time of the year that I start

The Badlands

Over the summer this year, I experienced the most unique and breathtaking landscape I had ever witnessed: the Badlands of South Dakota. It would not be an exaggeration to say that when we first got out of the car to explore the landscape, I started to cry. The vastness, the

Interstate 90

It took two days to get us to a landscape we had never seen before. And the long drive was completely worth it. It has taken a long time to go through all the thousands of pictures I took on our trip to South Dakota and I’ll start with the

Genoa OH – 6/2/18

I am definitely not the kind of chick hanging out at 6am on a Saturday, but these are the things you do for your kids, right? We left at the crack of dawn to get to Genoa, Ohio and we met his fellow high school cross country runners; following a

Exploring the Streets – Columbus OH 4.28.18

Last weekend I went to a tour headed by the Young Preservationists Society and learned lots of more info on this fair midwest city of Columbus. Of course it was also a great opportunity to take some shots in some usual and unique locations – from the State House to

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