Last weekend, Aiken was brimming with people and crafts at the 2010 Aiken’s Makin Festival. There were arts and crafts of all kinds. Plenty of food of all kinds was available for your enjoyment. And did I mention food. My personal favorite ice cream. Lots … Continue readingAiken’s Makin 2010
Have a safe and fun Labor Day.
Coker Spring, a fresh water spring dating from prehistoric times, was an early source of drinking water for Aiken, South Carolina. It was also a popular stagecoach stop on the trip from Abbeville to Charleston. The spring was listed on the National Register on January … Continue readingCoker Spring in Aiken
We recently returned to Watson’s Mill State Park where we rented a picnic shelter for a family reunion. The day was overcast and rainy, but I had a short break in the rain and was able to grab a few shots of the water … Continue readingWatson’s Mill Covered Bridge
Every time I go back and look at my pictures from the Grand Canyon, I am just amazed at what an awesome site it is.
Riding the range in the Wild West is not the same today. Unlike days of old when you rode one horse, now you ride many horses.
While at Bryce Canyon Nation Park we caught a beautiful sunset that really bathed the canyon in color. Not only did we catch the sunset, but it was followed by a storm rolling in just as the sun was setting.
While traveling around Arizona recently on a trip to the Grand Canyon, we had occasion to travel along I-40 which happens to follow the path of Historic Route 66 through this area. Seeing many of the Route 66 landmarks, we became interested in the … Continue readingHave you slept in a Wigwam lately ?
While visiting Casa Grande in Arizona, I saw these shadows right outside the gift shop and could not pass up grabbing a shot.
One evening on a recent trip to the Grand Canyon, I went to the rim to photograph the sunset. While I was there, all eyes and cameras were focused on the beautiful sunset above. Of all of the people that were there that night, I … Continue readingLook Both Ways