NOTE — This information has been moved to a static page and will be kept current there. ***Click Here*** I’ve always enjoyed photography, but I’d say a trip to Belize in 2010 really piqued my interest. I took two point and shoot cameras (one for underwater). During a three day sailing and camping adventure along […]
This week’s photos represent history. We went for a drive around Whidbey Island today and found our way to Fort Ebby State Park. We certainly didn’t expect to see a well preserved piece of WWII history.
As I sit here with my Milepost getting ready to plan my next trip home to Alaska, I can’t help reminiscing about my last trip through some of the photos I took. These were pre-DSLR, so I’m hoping to get some better ones during my upcoming trip in May. Bald Eagles at Deep Creek (Ninilchik) I […]
I’m extremely infatuated with the sun. Everywhere I travel includes attempts to capture sunrise or sunset photos. In many instances I’m left disappointed by my photography skills. But, occasionally I capture something that I truly love. This particular photograph was taken at sunrise on Isla Mujeres, Mexico. All I had to do was step outside […]
As part of a recent tour of Tikal in Guatemala, and for only $30, my mom and I added a zip line adventure. We went with Pacz Tours out of San Ignacio, Belize. This was my second time using Pacz for a tour to Tikal, but the first time I added zip lining. After a […]
I’ve traveled with girlfriends, my sister, and my mom. I even travel a lot by myself. Over the years of travel with other women and by myself, I have learned ways to ensure my safety. But being safe doesn’t mean not having fun. In other words, don’t let fear rule your travels. In most circumstances […]
I’m not sure why, but the photo of the flag really speaks to me. It was taken outside a fire station right after sunset. The swans we saw were amazing. I had no idea that swans (in huge quantities) migrated through this area. WOW! The last photo is a Madrone tree. I understand (from my […]
Today a friend of mine and I went for a drive to find some photo opportunities. These photos of Anacortez were some of my favorites. We never made it to our intended destination, but when you see things that should be photographed you cannot worry about the original plan.
Here are some snapshots from my recent trip to Caye Caulker. I especially like the warning on the police station and of course there is the ‘Go Slow’ mentality. As a couple of locals have told me ‘On Caye Caulker…Go Slow…because on the island we have two cemeteries and no hospitals.’
My friend and I were headed to San Francisco one day and on the way I was using her phone to search for things to do. One of the things that came up was a ferry ride from Sausalito to San Francisco (Golden Gate Ferry). It was reported to be one of the most scenic […]