This one was taken at sunrise east of Council Bluffs, near Treynor, Iowa.
Monthly Archives: April 2014
This is the very first wildflower I’ve found this spring, a delicate little point of color discovered on a walk up the hill with my wife and daughter. I have no idea what type of flower it is, but maybe that’s a good thing. Knowing too much can be burdensome, I’m told.
The original Queen Isabella causeway of Port Isabel, Texas, is an enigmatic relic of poor construction that I first noticed while photographing the bay from the south end of South Padre Island. In its current state, it begins from the southeast tip of Port Isabel and extends over the blue water of the bay before […]
This was conceived as an experimental photograph more than anything else. It was our second-to-last day in South Padre, and I had decided to head across the causeway to explore Port Isabel about an hour before sunrise. The fog was incredibly dense, so thick that I was afraid to venture into unexplored territory while driving, […]
So I’ve been continuing my exploration of local backroads in my search for rural Americana, neglected barns, abandoned farmhouses, forgotten structures that stand as reminders of semi-recent antiquity, and lone trees along dusty gravel roads keeping an eye on the rolling Loess hills, somehow surviving storm season after storm season with no protection from the […]