There is nothing like the intensity and the frequency of good sunsets in the desert southwest. I’m ready for some doozies, so here’s hoping that posting a good one will bring them on! We’ve had a few great ones this week as a result of the smoke from the wildfires in New Mexico, but it […]
It’s the first day of summer. Time to pack up the family or friends and head to the beach, the mountains, the national parks or the amusement parks – anywhere to get away and have fun. Leave your cares behind, but please be safe in your travels and enjoy the summer. Image copyrighted. Reproduction and any use prohibited […]
Eatonville, Florida is touted as the oldest incorporated African-American municipality in the United States of America. It’s boundaries, which are not much more than a few square mile, mark the hometown of the preeminent anthropologist, author, and folklorist Zora Neale Hurston, who’s works are some of the most widely read in college campuses around the country. Her work, and that of other artists […]
“A lake is the landscape’s most beautiful and expressive feature. It is earth’s eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature.” ~ Henry David Thoreau Image copyright Martha Lochert. Reproduction, copying and file sharing is prohibited.
Shoppers, families out for a bicycling excursion and tourists enjoy a beautiful Saturday afternoon of outdoor dining and exercise under the cascading Spanish Moss in Winter Park, Florida . Image copyrighted. Reproduction, copying & file sharing prohibited.