A light snow turns a mundane landscape into something more romantic.
A romantic old maple pierces the air with its snapped, stunted limbs.
Join me for a walk around the old Scranton School for the Deaf.
Moved by the incredibly sad story of the American chestnut, I sought out and adopted a relic of one of those noble, dead, giants.
Two photographic studies of toppled monuments.
Sir Walter Scott in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania? Well, why not?
Once again, breathtaking beauty is where you find it.
‘Suggestivo’ is the right word for this image of magnificent decay.