Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe, NM The city is an artist’s and hiker’s mecca for viewing and for doing. We managed to do a little bit of both. Some random pics from a recent trip to Santa Fe. Canyon Road is only a half mile long. But I can see how it could take hours if not...
Mystic Seaport: 9.4.13

Mystic Seaport: 9.4.13

Mystic Seaport: 9.4.13 Never one to pass on a possible learning experience, I decided to take some of my ho-hum photos from this weekend’s getaway to Mystic Seaport and jazz them up in Photoshop—an exercise I rarely have the pleasure of enjoying since most of my...

Escape from NY | Ft. Lauderdale: 11.2.11

Anthony and I spent a week in Ft. Lauderdale at the end of October. It’s been several years since we were down there. And I have to say, I’d forgotten how beautiful the beaches are. From that point of view, it’s really not so different than being in...

Escape from NY | Verona, Italy: 8.2.11

I’m not sure what jogged my memory about these almost forgotten photos of one of my favorite cities in Italy. Maybe it’s because I’m envious of the handful of people I know who’ve taken the month of August off. With no plans for vacation this...

Escape from NY | Italy: 4.18.11

Just when I was getting into the groove of standing at a counter while sipping my morning coffee or making sure to validate my ticket before boarding a bus or train or paying first at the register before queuing to place a food order, I’m sad to say that...

Escape from NY | Rome, Italy: 4.17.11

After spending seven days in Rome, I feel like maybe, just maybe, I was beginning to scratch a tiny bit of the surface of what Rome is all about. The city is mind-bogglingly rich with history from BC until modern times. So many different rulers in charge..from...

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