We had some lovely fog during this week. Dreamy but driveable, as I call it: enough visibility on the road to see where you were going, with enough atmosphere to make everything seem otherworldly. As I'm wont to do, I gallivanted through the local forests with my camera, enjoying myself. I couldn't do it too … Continue reading Spring fog
When I published my original post about our visit to these wonderful gardens in Delray Beach which are dedicated to the hard work of the Japanese farmers in the area, I only included 16 photographs and 1 video clip. I'm not sure why -- perhaps because I focused on editing the clip and thought 16 … Continue reading More photos from the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
Funny name, beautiful place. Even in Romanian, the name makes no sense, but we sure enjoyed our visit to the manor at Mălâncrav. It's located in Sibiu County and it was one of the houses of the Apafi Family, which was one of the most important aristocratic families during the reign of the Austro-Hungarian empire. The … Continue reading The Manor at Malancrav
I took these photos about 5½ years ago on a walk at the Audubon Naturalist Society in Chevy Chase, MD. They have such lovely fall foliage in their forest. As I edited the photos for the website, it brought back some fond memories of some of my first years together with my lovely wife. This … Continue reading A walk in the forest
Have you felt the drops of a spring rainfall on your face? They fall softly, blessing each leaf and bud and flower. They remind us of winter and of melted snow but they're tinged with hope, looking forward to summer. They chill and yet they warm.
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
These are photos from a wonderful walk we took in Rock Creek Park (on the Maryland side) in the fall of 2006. It was a beautiful autumn day, the light was wonderful, and the fall foliage was a delightful sight. This is the oldest tree in Maryland. It's an oak that dates back to even … Continue reading Fall colors in Rock Creek Park