June 10, 2009 I am only 21,547 days old. I can remember many of them, starting with swatting mosquitoes on the screen that covered the top of my baby crib. I can recall slithering out from under it and grasping the white crib’s round rails as I slid to the floor landing atop the […]Read more "Why I Travel"
For my friends celebrating the festival of Hanukkah today and for others with Christmas just ahead, I wish you all a new year of health and happiness. See you next week or in 2009.– Cheers!Read more "Happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas"
Americans have much to be thankful for this year. A good turkey beats a lame duck any day. This one was flirting with me at Fort Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, Canada. She was very happy with me until I shot her 20 times (with the camera).Read more "Turkey day in America"
From the side of the Ann Richards Bridge (Congress Avenue) over Lady Bird Lake (formerly Town Lake) the Austin Rowing Club filled it’s boats with picture perfect volunteers. The two ladies on the left were particularly photogenic just below me. A wide panorama of five images spanning almost 180 degrees. 25% of the net proceeds from […]Read more "Austin Rowing Club Fleet Day photo"
This is National Novel Writing Month if you were unaware. I only learned of the event last night in late evening reading in Macworld (thank you Jason Snell). I have signed up and will in the next day or so formulate my plan to write 50,000 words by the end of the month. Since I […]Read more "National Novel Writing Month"
Today, I have been working on images again, and this time from the city that has inspired a lot of novels in the past and present, New Orleans. I pasted through New Orleans last August on a fast trip from Georgia to Texas. I had one evening and one morning to take photographs. The image […]Read more "French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana"
Last night my friends and I had the privilege of attending a talk and book signing of the “Belo Book” by Judith Garrett Segura. A history of the Belo Corporation and families involved in it. Here are a few photos from the event. Thank you Judith for a lovely evening with your friends and admirers. […]Read more "Belo Book by Judith Garrett Segura"