Screen-Shot-2016-10-14-at-1.41.50-PM-1024x563.png Overhauled

It is still a work in progress, but I’ve overhauled my photography site with a new look and feel.

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Bison (Buffalo) Causes Traffic Jam at Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park was the first National Park in the U.S. and remains one of the favorites amongst tourists.  Yellowstone is well-known for its abundant wildlife and geothermal features including Old Faithful.  On this particular […]

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Tall Ship Along Highway 101 in California

I snapped this shot on a foggy, hazy morning a few years back making for less than ideal photo conditions.

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Sunrise Near the National Mall – Washington, D.C.

Early morning sunrise as I was walking back to my hotel room.

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Vietnam Memorial Wall

Yet another portion of the National Mall, this is the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.

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Washington Monument

Here’s the Washington Monument with a lovely “One Lane Traffic Ahead” electronic construction sign and cranes to the left.  Maybe I’ll get a chance to go back one of these years when there isn’t so […]

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World War II Memorial

Another prominent monument located in the National Mall of Washington, D.C. is the WWII Memorial.

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Inside the Lincoln Memorial

Yesterday I posted an exterior shot of the Lincoln Memorial, here’s one from inside the monument, again, showing up during the wee hours of the morning helped get a clear shot of the monument without […]

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Lincoln Memorial – Washington, D.C.

I tried taking some photos during the golden and blue hours one night, but their were tons of crowds all along the National Museum.  My wife suggested I wake up early one morning instead, I […]

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San Antonio River Walk

Down along the River Walk in San Antonio, TX. The Alamo is located nearby as well. I was surprised the first time we went to visit the River Walk, I happened to look across the […]

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