Leaving Your Camera With an Italian Pt. 2, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada

Two years ago, this happened. If you don’t want to read about it again here’s the gist: Basically “friends” from every continent conspired to get me on a tiny island and on a bike. So, basically death. Look at them. Happy. Le sigh. Love: You could not ask for a more noble cause than that. Well, I […]

The White Cliffs of Dover

The cliffs, the cliffs. Historically iconic, the cliffs, for all of British history has been the last thing seen leaving home and the first sight coming back, especially during the great World Wars. The cliffs played an enormous role in the excavation of Dunkirk during WWII as the massive tunnels in the cliffs safeguarded 100’s of thousands […]

Gerbils and Taxis and Thailand, a lost photo

I’d say I’m a pretty organized person. Now a person who’s ever talked to me may find that hard to believe because my sentences sometimes cat bounce around like tiny gerbils. And some may say that I need to work on my similes, but that’s really not the point. I’d — I’d say that I’m […]