Recent PostsFlorida Gulf Coast: Limpkins and Chicks Alaska: Denali slowly revealed Alaska: Flight-seeing over Gates of the Arctic National Park Florida Gulf Coast: Roseate Spoonbill Along the Dalton Highway Florida Gulf Coast: Reddish Egret (Egretta rufescens) Deadhorse and Prudhoe Bay Ol Pejeta Conservancy: Sanctuary for rhinos Kenya: Lake Nakuru Maasai Mara: The Wetlands
Travels with My Camera
Welcome to my blog, which combines two of my loves: travel and photography.
In the almost two years since my retirement, I've logged a lot of (airline) miles and shutter clicks. I decided it was time to give blogging a try as a way to share my experiences with friends and family.
July 23, 2017
Before my recent trip to Florida I had never seen (or even heard of) a Limpkin, but now I need to add it to my list of favorite birds. At Myakka River State Park I had th...Read the Full Post »
July 22, 2017
Only about 10% of visitors to Denali National Park actually get to see the mountain. This is partially because of weather patterns – Denali creates its own weather and is...Read the Full Post »
July 20, 2017
Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve is the northern-most and second largest of America’s national parks. Jimmy Carter designated Gates of the Arctic as a natio...Read the Full Post »
July 18, 2017
Along with the Reddish Egret, the Roseate Spoonbill is another Gulf Coast favorite. I don’t think you could call it a beautiful bird – not with that almost bare white hea...Read the Full Post »
July 17, 2017
The James W. Dalton Highway begins at the intersection with the Elliott Highway, about 80 miles north of Fairbanks, and ends approximately 414 miles later at Deadhorse. A...Read the Full Post »
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