Tag Archives: travel
The return of the Sunday Traveler has been very much on my mind the last couple of weeks. It’s been hard to come back with recent events here on the home front, but here I am, and glad to rejoin … Continue reading
This week it’s all about two clear halves in a composition in the WPC. Splitting the photo in half when framing your shot, either vertically, horizontally or diagonally. Better than splitting hairs.
Watching a plane come in at a small regional airport on a rainy tarmac, as I wait to get on my way to my destination.
An early morning looking out at The Bay of Banderas, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. A little time to reflect on where the road takes me. I struggle with seeming to juggle a little some days and a lot on others, and … Continue reading
Hop on the bus, Gus Slip out the back, Jack Make a new plan, Stan No need to be coy, Roy Just drop off the key, Lee “The problem is all inside your head” She said to me “The answer … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler hangs out in San Francisco quite a bit; whenever possible as a matter of fact. Thirty minutes from the suburb I live in to this incredible City by the Bay full of color and life. Herb Caen, … Continue reading
Travel is nothing more than fleeting moments that carry you from one day to the next. Days of sights, sounds, and tastes that are all too quickly gone. In the blink of an eye some things appear, and then are … Continue reading
Sometimes, maybe even a lot of the time, the roads that lead home are the best. Beach towns, big cities, ancient Mayan ruins are great to explore. But the Sunday Traveler also loves the adventures of home.
A peaceful view of the Pacific at Big Sur from the vantage point of Nepenthe. A traveler can sit here for hours lost in meditation. At some point during travel, it becomes absolutely necessary to stop; just stop, and really … Continue reading