Monthly Archives: May 2019

Capitol Reef National Park – Chimney Rock

Humans do like giving names to things; their children, themselves, cars, cameras, where they live and in the case of the park here – rock formations.  Not only is there the looming chimney rock itself but there is also a … Continue reading

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Gallery Show

Guess who has a photo in a local art gallery?  It’s called “The Great Portrait Show” and I have one piece in it.  It’s the photo of the blonde in the gold sequin dress to the left of the black … Continue reading

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Happy Anniversary to Us ♥

This weekend is our wedding anniversary and as we’ve just returned from our Utah road trip I have no idea what we may be doing but I’m sure we will come up with something even if it’s just puttering in … Continue reading

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We were on a flying road trip

Did that make any sense to you? Maybe, maybe not but that is what we were up to.  We flew from Ohio to Las Vegas, picked up a car there and headed north on I-15 through Nevada, a bit of … Continue reading

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Now where were we?

Surely someone can try to take a guess on where we were.  So unless you follow me on Instagram @imagesbytd  (so no spoiling it for others) here is another clue.  We stayed in a small town that had this one … Continue reading

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I’ve been and done…

In three different time zones, in the cold and in the warmth, nearly knocked over by high winds, at an elevation of 9600 feet with snow around me and caught in the rain high on a mountain.  I was photographing … Continue reading

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Chinatown – The Bloody Angle

Deep in the heart of Chinatown lies a street with a very violent history which has garnered it the nickname of The Bloody Angle; the deadliest street in American history.  Doyers Street is a very short and narrow street bent … Continue reading

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