A relic from the mine up the road that looks like it just surfaced from the mineral filled underworld of the Nevada desert. Complete with a flattering wash of desert varnish.
A motel sign in Ely, Nevada - a big, little town on The Loneliest Road in America (Route 50).
A sunburst seen from the campground at Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park after 4 days of desert rain. The road in the distance had become an arterial for water the night before, making a dark drive a little bit of an adventure.
Playing with beach wood on the rocks at Cape St. Mary, Lopez Island.
In March of 2015 a group of friends and family spent a week at Wedge Oak Farm in Lebanon, Tennessee reinforcing the old corn crib and creating a new shelter for sheep. (Click on the image above to watch a time-lapse of our work throughout the week).
It turns out a gramophone can come in very handy. Especially for spying. Conversations 200 feet away suddenly sound as if they are being whispered in you ear.