Easily accessible but still rarely visited, the Court of the Patriarch is my new favorite place for a quick escape or an outdoor yoga session.Read More
What a fantastic entry to the State of Utah. Just after crossing the border from Colorado, I let the drone slip away for a quick flight to capture the Martian landscape.Read More
What a way to enter a state! The oranges and reds that greeted me as I enter Utah in the early morning were stunning. I was a bit behind schedule but I HAD to stop for a bit to fly the drone.Read More
I arrived, checked in and immediately hit the trails! Even though my initial tour only lasted a couple hours and I barely scratched the surface of what could be seen, I can already tell that I'm going to have a blast hiking, seeing, capturing imagery and exploring this place.
My brief journey to me to the Temple of Shinawava, The Narrows, Weeping Rock, and Emerald Pool but those are just a few of the easiest to access trails and sites. If you want to learn more about the spots and all the cool things here, visit the NPS site for the park or for the Zion Lodge.
Angel's Landing is often rated as one of the very best hikes in America. I can see why!Read More
Sometimes pictures are easy to edit. Sometimes they're not and they take a bit longer. These pictures from my visit to Orrick, Mo took a bit longer because they deserved it.Read More
Just 30 minutes outside of Kansas City ... but a hundred years apart.Read More
Dominical is a local/hippy hybrid of a town about 20 km south of Quepos on the Pacific coast. Almost every new town I discover is more beautiful than the previous one. I guess I should never stop exploring.
The day didn't go as planned ... so I made a new plan. Day 8 was a success.
A quick bus ride from Castillo de la Riviera and I was in Manuel Antonio. As is often the case, I went there not checking a map and just figured it out on my own.Read More
I love me some great street art. Not sh#tty vandalism but the real good stuff that has artistic quality and a social message. The dudes in San Jose have their game on point!Read More
Whether it's San Antonio, Texas or San Jose, Costa Rica, the best way to see a place is by getting out and walking. On this trip, I've been amazed at the diversity of entryways. Cool stuff!Read More
I was a soldier once, a good one, too, but before that, I was a scared kids a million miles from home.Read More
Finally, I make it to Manuel Antonio National Park! The weather really did a number on this place and the ground had been so saturated that any human movement on the trails would have been damaging to the park and dangerous to the human.
It was well worth the wait, though!
Hidden in plain sight, this historic gem harkens us back to the best moments of our cultural history!Read More
During a recent trip to Houston with my friend Dana, we met the folks behind a super cool endeavor, the Blue Tile Project. What an awesome undertaking!Read More
If you know me, I have a tendency to look upwards. So far, I've been stunningly impressed with what I've seen in the skies down in Texas.Read More
As many times as I've been here, I never get tired of exploring what Wallace has to offer!Read More
Come for the comics. Stay for the information on eCommerce, order fulfillment and drop shipping!Read More
A family visit run amok. By "amok", I mean exactly as I wanted!Read More