Posts filed under: Travel

  “Nos Ossos Que Aqui Estamos Pelos Vossos Esperamos” “We Bones that are here, for yours await,” reads the ominous inscription above the entrance to the Capela dos Ossos (Chapel...
The main reason to visit the Tulum Archaeological Zone is its stunning setting, on a limestone cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Yes, the Tulum Ruins are very touristy but read...
Even the Mayan builders knew that it’s all about location, location, location! Perched on a cliff overlooking the clear, turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, the Mayan Ruins of Tulum...
Away from the tourist buses and crowds of the world famous Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, or those of nearby Tulum on the coast, there is the opportunity to explore...
Today I had reason to open the box containing some of my most prized possessions–you know, the items you might take with you when asked to evacuate–my travel journals. As I...
A few years ago, I had the opportunity to pay honor to the 9/11 victims by visiting the Memorial site at the World Trade Center. Despite not knowing any of the...
What is the connection between the Lincoln Memorial and a small town embedded in the Colorado Rocky Mountains? Marble. Parts of the historic monument were sculpted out of said stone...
This week’s Twitter #FriFotos theme is “Curves”, which is rather convenient for me since I just photographed many downtown Chicago curves. While the windy city’s architecture is probably better known...
  • The Chicago River and Architecture
Chicago is world famous for its architecture, so during my recent first visit, I was very excited to have the opportunity to photograph some of its landmark buildings. It turned...
Bailey torpedoed off into the distance, leapt out of the water, flipped in the air, plunged back in, and speeded back, skidding to a stop in front of us, eager...