Meanders, sharing photos of things and places that resonate, hum with an energy or recall a particular memory. I’m strictly an amateur photographer but do like to document the places, people, and things that strike my fancy.
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In September 2006 I traveled with family members to Switzerland. We visited relatives in several areas including Lucerne, Zofingen, and Glarus.
I was lucky to be able to spend Christmas and New Years in France with friends in 2014. The first week in Paris was sublime – running along The Seine in the morning, a coffee and a croissant while the city began to hum, so many museums, and The Marais. The second week was an adventure – traveling from Alsace through the Loire Valley and up through Normandy.
I visited Tempe in May 2015 for a conference at ASU. Luckily on my last day in town I had time for a sunrise hike in Papago State Park and a chance to explore the Hayden Flour Mill.
NEW YORK CITY
I’ve been traveling to New York City on a regular basis since 2004 when I took my first trip after sitting in the driveway listening to “Rodelinda” broadcast “Live from the Met” on Wisconsin Public Radio. It’s one of my favorite places – from running around Central Park to visiting The Lower East Side.
My first trip abroad was to Ireland in 2003 – biking with a friend around County Kerry and to the Dingle Peninsula. I returned in 2013 to visit new friends in Dublin and nearby towns.
A few shots from an afternoon spent hiking around Devil’s Lake State Park
Five days of travelling through Quebec as well as thoughts and photos from the "Where do you go when you sleepwalk" art instillation