If you are looking for my Photo Galleries please find them under the Photos menu item in the navigation menu near the top of the page . As of this writing (May 2020) the Photo Gallery page has the most photos in one place on the blog and it features photos mostly from my first RV trip of 18 months duration in 2014 and 2015. There’s also a gallery of my Flower Photos (quite spectacular if I do say so myself 😉 ) and a small gallery of photos from my visit to the Texas State Capitol building in Austin. There are over 1200 photos scattered around this blog, only a small percentage of which are in the galleries. If you are looking for something not in one of the galleries the Search field might yield some results. Look for the magnifying glass icon.

White Sands National Monument
I was in photographer’s heaven at White Sands National Monument. My friend Tim and I accidentally walked into an area that was off limits. Before the park rangers came and booted us out we managed to get off a few shots. This area had plants and zero footprints except those from birds and animals. Almost everywhere else we went was littered with human footprints, people, had little if any plant life, and was thus uninteresting.

I’ve been a photographer for a great many years. I’ve worked in studios and as a freelancer. I’ve owned my own studio. These days I shoot mostly for this blog and my own enjoyment.

I had a note card business for a few years (note cards are like a greeting cards but with no greeting; blank inside). I created a line of fine art cards  that I sold to gift stores, flower shops, etc. You can see some of these photos and read about the evolution of that business on my page A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME WOULD SMELL AS SWEET.  I’m no longer active in that business but I may still have something of an inventory of cards when you read this. If you’re interested in getting hold of some let me know.

I had a small presence on Fine Art America for a number of years that amounted to a total of zip, zero, nada, even when I advertised photos at my cost.

View Along Lost Mine Trail
View along the Lost Mine Trail, Big Bend Nat’l Park, TX. This hike is about 4.8 miles round trip with an elevation gain of 1,100′. There are wonderful views along the way and it runs through habitat much different than desert below.

Pages on this site that concentrate on my photography can be found under the drop down menu item titled Photos at the top of the pages. .

I enjoy photography, talking about photography and writing about it too. If you have any questions  about photography in general or my photography in particular drop me a line. I haven’t found a way in WordPress to make that possible without subscribing to the blog. If you take the name of the blog, however, and add that should get to me.

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