Looking out of the window of an airplane brings so much amazement and wonder to kids of all ages.
After having breakfast at The Original Pantry, I came outside and saw these guys doing their thing.
The dilapidated buildings at Bodie Ghost Town take on their own personalities.
Bodies of water inspire deep thought, especially when coupled with sunlight.
Looking down from the top of the Empire State Building at night, the city streets and lights of NYC look like an illuminated circuit board. In case you’re wondering, that’s the Freedom Tower on the horizon standing in the center.
Cape Cod is such an amazing place to visit in the summer. There seems to be a lighthouse at every turn. Blink and you will miss one.
It’s easy to get visually get lost in New York City with all of its nooks and crannies. The city was built for the camera.
As part of our road trip, we did a couple of short hikes. Getting to Rainbow falls we crossed the legendary Pacific Crest Trail and the John Muir Trails. It makes you want to load up a backpack and get going.
Moments come and go throughout the day. Some you capture, some you don’t. This image was captured at The Rudder Room in Oxnard California.
Road trips through California are full of discovery. We stopped at Mono Lake in the late afternoon with a long drive home in front of us. I wasn’t sure what exactly one does at Mono Lake or what to expect but I did find the tranquility quite overwhelming.