Category Archives: urban

Riding Through Port-au-Prince

He was waiting there, like he always does.  Just standing…and…waiting… I have been cycling (this sounds more manly and adult than saying “riding my bike”) for about three years now. This is because my almost sixty-year-old knees remind me every … Continue reading

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Washington Monument

  For the first time in a month of Sundays, we were going to a high falutin’ French restaurant and I was excited. My wife and I were in the “city that never sleeps”.    That’s right, Washington, DC.  Because, “how … Continue reading

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Cupola at Sunset

As a photographer, what happens when your worlds collide? I am talking about your photographer world and your loving husband world.  It’s the age-old  case, the classic moral dilemma, the situation ethic, the ego vs. super ego, good angel on … Continue reading

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Silhouetted Saints

While the world is focused on the conclave in the Vatican in anticipation of the next pope, I thought I would get as much mileage as I could out of my photos from Rome.    I have over 1500 photos…………… … Continue reading

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Walk of the Cardinals

I DO NOT LIKE CHANGE. I am proof that there was no evolution, because my DNA would have stayed in the comfort of the primordial soup. I am the lecturer at the Creatures of Habit Seminar. It is not “guest … Continue reading

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Big Mac Bridge

I was saddened by the recent death of Stan Musial. He was a prolific hitter known affectionately as “Stan the Man” and played for the St.Louis Cardinals from 1941 to 1963. He was my dad’s favorite baseball player. The earliest … Continue reading

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Lynn’s Paradise Cafe

I was distraught when I read Lynn’s Paradise Cafe had closed its doors. My wife and I loved eating breakfast at Lynn’s Paradise Cafe when we were in Louisville, Kentucky. Lynn’s Paradise Cafe was one of those restaurants that was … Continue reading

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