The colors of Autumn are beaming from one of the nation’s oldest family farms, dating back to 1655. This shot was taken in Durham, New Hampshire during our October 2014 Praise & Harmony tour.
Go to avemariagrotto.com and find this description: “Known throughout the world as “Jerusalem in Miniature,” is a beautifully landscaped, four-acre park designed to provide a natural setting for the 125 miniature reproductions of some of the most famous historic buildings and shrines of the world. The masterpieces of stone and concrete are the lifetime work […]
The reflection on this building really caught my eye while enjoying this London City Cruise.
What a treat to hear this outstanding choir perform at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Edinbrugh, Scotland! Although most of their music was accompanied by organ, their a cappella renditions were my absolute favorite. What surprised me most about this choir was the fact that the majority of its members were children.
If you ever have the opportunity to visit Scotland, I hope you can travel during July and August and experience the Festival. It’s especially great for photographers and music lovers. I primarily take photographs and will be showing them in my “Featured Photos” section on this blog. However, most of the latest cameras come with […]
Ready to plan a road trip? How about choosing one of these options? 1. ACAPPELLA REUNION CONCERT – Lubbock, Texas – April 12, 2013 The only reunion concert in 2013 to feature Acappella and Acappella Classic will be in Lubbock, Texas in April. For information, check out this link. 2. ACAFEST – Nashville, Tennessee – […]
I love to photograph this city by the bay.
I’m writing this post from 28,000 feet and posting it through the on-board WiFi. Isn’t technology amazing? This photo was taken just before the flight began. I wondered why all the passengers looked so worried? I have no idea what all the gauges are for, but I assume they’ll help us safely arrive at DFW. […]
Okay, this sounds like a fabricated story, but it’s indeed true. Sharon and I decided we’d go find some pizza for lunch, here in Fort Collins, Colorado. As we were arriving at the pizza place, the road was blocked by hundreds of college students, standing in line. I immediately said, “If they are all going […]