Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming

Ever since I heard about the Bighorn Trail Run several years ago I knew I would one day run it. The photos of the wild and scenic canyons amid the Bighorn Mountains left… Continue reading

Mallorca, Spain

Sun, wind, rocks and soil. Deep valleys and cliffs mixed with sand beaches and old olive trees. Mallorca struck me as a place of variety but also extremes. As the largest of the Balearic Islands,… Continue reading

Yellowstone National Park

The great idea of a national park at Yellowstone spawned a worldwide movement for conservation. There are now over 50 national parks in the United States alone. I recently got a chance to… Continue reading

Earth Day – The importance of Cook Forest

With the 47th celebration of Earth Day today, I thought it extremely important and relevant to share my recent visit to Cook Forest State Park, Pennsylvania. For those that aren’t aware, Cook Forest… Continue reading

Winter in Raccoon Creek State Park, PA

While the West has been logging record snowfall this winter, Western Pennsylvania has received very little snow. In training for the Bighorn 52 mile trail race in June, I’ve been out on local trails… Continue reading

Looking ahead to 2017, a look back to the French Alps

“We shall not cease from exploration. And the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.” – T.S. Eliot I really… Continue reading

Fall morning in the White Mountains, New Hampshire

Low clouds lift around the White Mountains near Franconia, New Hampshire. This view is from just west of Littleton, NH and the Moore Reservoir. The Appalachian Trail runs over Mt. Lafayette, Mt. Garfield, and… Continue reading

Arches National Park and Moab, Utah

At just over 119 square miles, Arches National Park is a little less than 1/5 the size of Canyonlands but still packs a powerful punch. One thing I really liked about driving around… Continue reading

Canyonlands National Park, Utah

Deep, wide canyons carved in part by the Colorado and Green rivers help to form Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah. The vast park provides visitors with beautiful canyons, arches, mesas, buttes, and high… Continue reading

Exploring Italy’s Dolomites though photography

There are some places that just naturally lend themselves to black and white photography. Then there’s places like Italy’s Dolomites that rise even above that. The sheer scale and beauty of these mountains,… Continue reading