Historic Trains of the White Mountains, New Hampshire

Amid the peaks, valleys and notches of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, two historic railroads still work to give visitors a unique view of the landscape. The Conway Scenic Railroad and Mt. Washington Cog Railway travel… Continue reading

Sled Dog Day

Of all the “holidays” that now exist, Sled Dog Day is one I can get behind. As you may remember, I adopted a retired sled dog from SP Kennel in Two Rivers, Alaska… Continue reading

Winter in Bonneval-sur-Arc, France

Perched high in the French Alps, at the end of a long valley, lies Bonneval-sur-Arc. A gem of a town that takes some effort to get to. If you’re looking for a quiet… Continue reading

The road ahead in 2019

The end of the year brings reflection on the past and aspirations for the future. I try to purposefully think about whether I reached my goals, and more importantly, what did I learn… Continue reading

Toronto skyline

A pristine clear blue sky makes Toronto’s iconic CN Tower stand out even more from the city’s skyline. This photo was taken from aboard a ferry heading to the Toronto Island Park. If… Continue reading

International Mountain Day

Mountains have held sway over me my entire adult life. I didn’t grow up in the mountains, didn’t travel there much as a kid, but I believe they’ve allowed me to really explore… Continue reading

Molas Pass, Colorado

Sometimes clouds can really be a photographer’s friend. Case in point, Molas Pass in the heart of the San Juan Mountains this summer. The Million Dollar Highway, also known as part of the… Continue reading

Gare d’Austerlitz, Paris

The vast network of parks and leafy boulevards get most of the attention of photographers looking to capture a bit of nature in Paris. If you look hard enough there are other ways… Continue reading

Interior Alaska in the fall

Recently, I had the great pleasure of not only traveling to Alaska to adopt a retired sled dog but also to check out a part of Interior Alaska I had never seen. I… Continue reading

The slow turn towards fall, West Virginia

Let’s face it. Fall colors in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast have yet to really materialize. That’s rather unusual this late into October. Well, we can thank the very warm and humid temperatures combined… Continue reading