Here’s my Wordless Wednesday tribute to a grill only a mother could love.
What we don’t see, we crave. Does that explain symmetry in our built environment?
Nature reminds us that the cycle of life plays out in the details.
With just one weird trick, you can improve the photographic skills of your friends.
Choice is a wonderful challenge to face.
You can’t go much deeper than the magical Sacred Blue Cenote in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula.
The two unlikeliest bedfellows are natural companions when it comes to self-expression.
Treasures that have been centuries in the making, found along the hiking trail, have the power to inspire.
The moon rose over Port A, and serenity beckoned along the Gulf shoreline.
You can’t beat wildflowers for a colorful pick-me-up on a dreary day.
I really hate Venetian blinds. But they do make useful photographic props.
An ice storm could be on the way to Austin, Texas, and that’s good news for no one but photographers.
There are many measures of a year, but for me, 2014 is most memorable in pictures.
Here’s a chance to take a virtual chill from the holiday madness, and to escape winter’s chill.
Happy 175th birthday, Austin! As our boom times continue, here’s an ode to peaceful coexistence straight out of a Johnny Cash song.