These photos are from one of my family's recent visits to the National Zoo. During the winter, the Zoo's Amazonia building is a warm, humid, and enchanting refuge from the cold outside.
I will just get right out there and say it: from a spectator's standpoint, my wife and I were very disappointed by The Rally to Restore Sanity. It was an event we were looking forward to attending, and we expected a big crowd.
This post is the 1st in a continuing series featuring evergreen web content from my friends and others. These are articles, videos, and other web content that will be relevant for a long period of time. They are periodically published when the "Cool Links" page of my website spills over a little too much with [...]
I always like when businesses choose to show some imagination and personality rather than opt for a stale uniform way of promoting their business. So I was happy to see this sign in a local business called Ike & Jane Cafe and Bakery.
This past weekend I had the pleasure of visiting the Georgia Aquarium with my family. I managed to snag some very nice photos (like the saw shark above) that showcase amazing marine environments.
Yesterday afternoon I spotted a pair of birds making a nest. It was in a cute, but potentially dangerous spot: a flower pot on my parents' outdoor deck table. It seemed like a place where their eggs might get stolen, but they did not seem to care, and neither did my wife-- who saw it [...]
My family recently returned to the United States from Peru, but before we left we took time to take a wonderful trip to Paracas National Park with my parents. It is located on Peru's desert coast, about 4 hours south of Lima. I will let the photos speak for themselves, and invite you to look through more on Facebook if you are interested.