New Mexico, a natural wonder...My newest book, “New Mexico, a natural wonder,” is the culmination of going on daytrips with my studio partner, Pat Berrett, periodically, for almost ten-years. We have traveled to many historic places and a few not-so-historic locations, but always came away with something memorable.

More than 150 images take you from Bandelier National Monument to Acoma Pueblo to Shiprock Pinnacle to Tent Rocks National Monument, and other iconic places in New Mexico.

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Ireland, a pictorial essay...Thank you for you interest in “Ireland, a pictorial essay,” the culmination of a month-long stay in Ireland, during the month of May, 2016. After going through more than 2,000 images we settled on around 300 for your viewing pleasure, and hope you enjoy them.

Our trip began in Dublin, and then branched out quickly to New Grange, the Hill of Tara, and many points west in the Republic of Ireland. We decided to forego automobile transportation for a variety of reasons and finally settled on experiencing Ireland by bus. It turned out to be a surprisingly good decision as we didn’t have to worry about driving on the other side of the road, stopping for gas, etc.

After staying in Dublin for a few days we boarded a bus and headed to Cashel, which is just about in the middle of the country. While there, we took in the Rock of Cashel and Hore Abbey. The Rock has a rich history dating back to the fourth century, when it was first used by neighboring tribes as a base. Hore Abbey was originally Benedictine and settled by monks from Glastonbury in England at the end of the 12th century, it later became a Cistercian house. This is a gloomy, dark presence in the middle of an open, green pasture just down the hill from The Rock.

After a delightful stay in Cashel it was time to head even further west, where we were to meet up with a tour group which would be visiting the Western Edges of Ireland. For three weeks we went from north to south as depicted by the enclosed map you will see on the next page.

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