One photo a day challenge: Day 112. The last two times I was at Eldridge Park there were lots of great birds there. Birds that I had been looking for the past three weekends. Birds that I would really like to photograph. However, during he last two visits I was not there for photography and I did not have my camera. Since I had been seeing good bird activity I wanted to… Read More
One photo a da y challenge: Day 72. Today I was able to get out and take photographs multiple times. I have not done that in quite some time. Went for a run with some friends early in the morning. I was able to take my camera with me. Photographed a little of the scenery around the Chemung River. Later I went outside in our yard to play with our dogs. And… Read More
One photo a day challenge: Day 58. Today was a day like I haven’t had many of this winter. My wife and I got out of the house and spent most of the day outside enjoying some nature. We were able to visit two of New York’s Finger Lakes. The weather was supposed to be unseasonably warm. Thawing our region out of the deep freeze of ice and snow packed tightly across… Read More
Continue to stay the course. It doesn’t mean do what you normally would have done had the corona virus pandemic not occurred, but it means keep working at the goals and plans that you had already made. It means adapt those plans as best you can to fit into your life and your businesses in the way we have to operate now. My commitment this year was to work hard to grow… Read More
I was recently in the Ithaca area getting some trail running in. Post run I went to Buttermilk falls to relax and do some writing. Then I decided what better way to cap off the days trip than to hike down into the gorge and photograph one of my favorite natural places. My knees did not enjoy this post run decision, but I took my time and enjoyed myself and captured some… Read More
This is a photograph of the stream that runs through park of Ravensburg State Park in Pennsylvania. There are a lot of trees both standing, falling, and from the looks of it in the process of falling.
This photograph shows the Enfield Creek flowing through Robert Treman State Park with Lucifer Falls in the background.
Today my father invited me to go down to the Chemung River with him and his dog Sparky and hang out. I always enjoy a chance to hang out with my dad. Things only get better when you add the opportunity to be out in nature and to be around a dog.
It is only impossible until you do it. This is the lesson I have been learning throughout my life both personally and professionally. The biggest obstacle to my success and accomplishing things I never thought I could is my own mindset. If I think I can’t do it I can’t. If I decide to do it I can do it. I love to hike and frequently hike locations like Watkins Glen State… Read More
This is what it looks like when a shelter dog who never had a proper doggy life prior to his rescue discovers for the first time that he loves water.