Leaving home isn’t ever easy. I have the advantage of having a wicked wife. I also enjoy stopping, stretching my legs and taking a few pics.
A field of Sunflowers in Mars Hill, ME
Littleton, NH – some great photo ops here and I haven’t even started! what a cool busy little down!
I do have to take an afternoon and walk the down town area again, there are some hidden treasures to snap pictures of for sure!
I was on a mission, I wanted some keys..I needed 11 old keys. 8 for the # of assignments and 3 for the number of years I’ve been a PTA… I thought it would make a great prop for photos!
This is how I ended the day. I unpacked and set up my two keep sakes from home.
Supergirl to remind me I can do anything I set my mind too. And that Jules loves me to the moon and back and supports me in all that I do.
This, however, how my day began.
And then I was home! My next assignment came in the shape of a job with Synertx, close to home, for now!
The great thing about being a Traveling PTA – well, the travel!
I adored New Mexico – vastly different than the eastern side of the US – and I’d go again (I totally want to retire in Alamogordo!)
Angry Sky – pretty much says it all!
I love working on perspective – getting down on my belly, back, looking up or down at something. We typically look at the world from one POV – standing upright and head on.
One of my VERY few cell phone pictures – and HDR’ed in photoimpact – I couldn’t miss out on this really cool looking metal and rope bell hanging there.
This was sort of my “rust” series. It’s amazing what mother nature does to the world at times.
Sand Beach, Stonington, ME – This has been my BEST selling photo. I had so many requests via Facebook that I sent along canvas prints – there are great colors in this shot!
Aw, winter months! The world looks far different when it’s covered in white and cold.
Taken with my cell phone on a morning after after a long night at work.
Remy and Storm.
Remy is our resident flirt and Storm was our “big dog” for 15 years. She wasn’t a jump on the couch when we were there, but she did like to stick her nose up over the edge and give you “that look”.
This is Emerson. Emerson has the best smile.
2016 brought me back to New Mexico, a job fell through, and back I went. Not to northern NM, but more south.
So this guy! I was staying at an RV site, what had tiny cabins (awesome deal, btw!!) – and caught a glimpse of something behind my car before taking off for a day of exploring. You got it – a peacock!
Space museum – a cool afternoon, and a wicked looking building – the reflection was great! I never got around to going there at sunset.
Some hiking pics – an old 1800s train track – and the Carlsbad Caverns (which was cool!)
My romantic wife sent me flowers and, of course, that I had to take a picture.
The good thing about getting up at the butt crack of dawn. The sunrises.