I promised I'd put together a gallery of photos taken in our garden last summer (that'd be the summer of 2018 for those of you who'll be reading this in future years), and here it is. Get ready to see 347 photos of summertime, taken between June and August of last year. Grab a cup … Continue reading Summer in our garden
Spring has arrived and that means it's time for my annual gallery of photographs from our garden. This is the sixth edition mind you, so it has become somewhat of a tradition for me. I hope you have a cup of tea or coffee ready -- if you don't, go get one -- because there … Continue reading Springtime in our garden
It's not often I wake up early enough to see the dawn. I usually work late into the night, because I find that's when I can gather my thoughts and be at my most productive -- when I'm alone, the noises of the day have subsided and the only sounds I hear are the reassuring … Continue reading The dawn
This marks the third year in a row that I publish photos of flowers from our garden. It's gotten to be somewhat of a tradition. These beautiful flowers are a source of joy for us and I hope that by sharing them with you, some of that joy brightens up your day as well. This … Continue reading Springtime in our garden
I wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and to share a few Christmas scenes from my house, taken today.
I took these photos back in June in our garden. The apricots weren't yet ripe but almost all of the flowers were in bloom. Ligia and I took daily walks in the garden, which is something we still love to do. The raspberries were ripe and I ate a handful every morning while they were … Continue reading Summer in our garden
There's a majestic beauty in these mountains that's much more appreciated if you walk on them, rather than drive through on the Transfagarasan or the Transalpina. Their scale is easily underestimated from the car, until you step outside and size yourself next to a peak that seemed small just a minute ago, or you start … Continue reading Slopes and peaks from the Southern Carpathian Mountains
Who says we can only look at spring photographs in the spring? On my site, in this little virtual world I've created, spring comes whenever I want it, and now's a perfect time for it. Here's a set of photos of spring flowers, with a heavy concentration of daffodils. And if you'd like to see … Continue reading Signs of Spring
A little over four years after publishing the first series of photographs from the National Arboretum in Washington, DC, here's part two, containing a mix of photos from the outside gardens and various enclosed ones, including the Bonsai Exhibit. Selected photos from the set are highlighted below and you can find all of them by … Continue reading National Arboretum – Part 2
In my book, there are only a handful of things that rank as high as taking a walk in nature, in the midst of soft, lightly glowing morning fog. This was one of those beautiful mornings I won't soon forget. Photos taken in the Virginia countryside, near the very interesting rock formation called Natural Bridge.