Our last night in the OBX over Thanksgiving offered up some fluffy cotton candy clouds over the Manteo light.
A break in a storm threw a wonderful patch of light on the advancing waves at Nags Head.
The pilings of Jennette’s Pier provide a show of spray in a Thanksgiving Nags Head storm.
Drifting sands at Nags Head blown by a Thanksgiving storm.
The U.S. 64 bridge from Nags Head to Manteo lends itself to fine sunset photography.
Cirrus clouds gave a stunning morning performance, Nags Head, 25 November 2021.
Some of the first deep sky objects I pursued with binoculars back in the late 70s.
A sandpiper wades in a sea of molten gold at sunrise.
A stunning sunset made for a study in gold, 21 November 2021.
A new day welcomes us to the shore at Nags Head as the blue hour yields to gold.
Scranton’s Matterhorn with shiny white snow wires.
An analogous pair of images of the rising moon and sun.
A 4-year-old boy sculpted in a realistic Prussian military getup of Franco-Prussian War vintage on his tomb in KENTUCKY? Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, people.
The Desiderata appears in an interesting textual variant on the Foell monument.
The last gasp of a thick morning fog rising from the Ohio River at Louisville.
An astonishing variant of an already improbable monument type.
An astounding ‘project’ commemoration for Theodore Steffen in Cave Hill Cemetery.
A Louisville mayor celebrated by a Zolnay bust and some Byronic verse.
Astoundingly, some anthracite can still be found on the earth’s surface not far from Scranton, PA. Here’s a piece to prove it.
A charming creek shows off the twin beauties of the rustic and the autumnal.