My blog highlights some of my past experiences in travel from 1978 to the present. Some of the photos are scanned slides particularly the ones of Africa. The balance were taken with my Nikon digital camera and a variety of lenses. Enjoy all you see and comments are welcome.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

A View of Tucson

Its been a while since I have posted and I believe it's time to get back to it, after all, work is not everything.  

Tucson in winter, 2009


Saturday, August 30, 2008

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

A View from Brooklyn Heights 2008

New York City from Brooklyn Heights


Sunday, June 22, 2008

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Nairobi National Park 1978


This is my last Africa blog update. I am now out of slides to scan from my past trips. So going forward, only new work will be added untill I get back there someday. In the meantime enjoy the last Africa Blog in Nairobi National Park.

Nairobi National Park has been designated as a rhino sanctuary . Nairobi National Park is really the most favored place in the country to see rhino. Along the south-western boundary of the park, the scenery is magnificent; this is an area of steep valleys created by streams joining the Athi River. Hyraxes are plentiful on the rocks alongside the road and the sure-sighted may spot klipspringer or mountain reedbuck. On the boundary road there are splendid views over the Kitengela plains, the dispersal area for the park's ungulates. The park side of the river is an area favored by zebra.

Within the Nairobi National Park's 117 square kilometers, there are over 80 species of mammals and more bird species than can be found in the whole of the British Isles. During the rains, both the long and the short, wild flowers are in profusion and there are places where the plains are an unending wave of yellow daisies (Bidens Palustris), which seems not to be liked, as food, by any wildlife.