This is one of my favorite pictures from my visit to the home of our founders. It was taken just before we went to Thomas Jefferson’s home Monticello.
I have taken hundreds of pictures of the settling of America. This is one of my favorites. It was taken at a presidential library in Missouri. Care to guess whose […]
I found this critter on the streets of Rapid City South Dakota. I love the artsy nature of this full-sized bronze. There were several others around that I will eventually […]
I love outside the box buildings. They spark my creative imagination. I love things that stretch your imagination, stretch your brain. For this post, I want to show you an “outside […]
Just wanted to put out a quicky Saturday post of a picture in my library. I have no idea where it came from but it certainly draws me in.
I took this picture while on a month-long trek “West”. It was one of my first views of the Pacific Ocean in northern California. It was kinda like looking at […]
I am always on the lookout for group photos from the past. Looking at the individual faces helps me to remember that history is about people as well as events. […]
The Great Salt Lake in Utah is like no other place on earth. It was once an in-land sea eons ago. We came into it from the west and that […]
I didn’t have to put this picture through any app to make it abstract as it is already in that mode. This full-size Lego statue was found in a Peoria […]
I am old enough to remember hardware stores like this one. They were a big part of my growing up as I found myself fascinated by all the things and […]
Anyone care to guess what this is a picture of? I won’t make you wait because it would then be a very short post. 😅 It is the maneuvering vents […]
I am very aware that people collect just about everything in the world. Being as how the USA is driven by consumer spending it’s not surprising that we have some […]
I am always trying to look at life from a different angle. If you haven’t figured it out by now this is the St. Louis Arch, otherwise known as the […]
To those who lived there between 1934 and 1963 Alcatraz, otherwise known as “The Rock”, was a brutal place. But now that it sits as a tourist attraction in the […]
In reality, this picture is more real than abstract. One of the things I really loved about Canada’s national capital is the reflection of the old on the new. That […]