Category Archives: Travel & Adventure

Killarney National Park

If you want to experience the true essence of a country – it’s best to get out of the big cities for a bit. That’s where you will usually encounter the fauna, food and people that represent what make it what it is. Walking the green hills in Ireland was the highlight of a recent...

0 comments
Add a comment...

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

    Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral | Aerial Photography

    Can’t say I completely understand why they were renovating the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral before knocking the old structure down. Beyond a large golden dome the plans have been unclear. It was certainly an interesting view that I have never seen before. We are in a new age of photography with the power of flight.

    0 comments
    Add a comment...

    Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

      Maison Rouge

      I have increasingly become more and more interested in history and the larger-than-life characters like Sam Houston and Napoleon that helped create it. Now I have found a new muse in the Pirate Jean Lafitte. “The Terror of the Gulf” and “Gentleman Pirate” are just a couple of his nicknames but I like “the Pirate...

      0 comments
      Add a comment...

      Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

        Broken Wing

        Just a little story that will hopefully make you feel good. Upon leaving a meeting I spotted this bumble on the sidewalk. I have found that my Galaxy S4 camera phone takes pretty great macro shots, so I bent down to grab one before he flew away. I noticed that one of his wings was...

        0 comments
        Add a comment...

        Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

          The Rex Hotel, HMC Vietnam

          I recently stayed at the Rex during my tour through SE Asia. Travelling alone on this leg of the journey, I found a very friendly environmen at the rooftop bar each night. After trapsing around a very hot and humid Saigon, dodging traffic, explaining that I don’t need a ride to dozens of eager taxi...

          0 comments
          Add a comment...

          Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *