Blood Suck Morning

Here are two photos from early this morning, too early on the way to the hospital for a blood draw. Again… A beautiful sunrise today with nill clouds and a calm wind for a change. The latest Wind Storm lasted… Read More ›

Walking The Stripes

A Las Vegan crosses a busy intersection. If I were that dude, I’d have my head up and scanning around for numb nut drivers man! Last year there were around 400 pedestrians killed in Las Vegas for different reasons. KNOW… Read More ›

People of The Intersection

Stuck at another traffic signal of course, out comes the Nikon. We have all kinds of people in the valley… Note the last photo and how much more overcast it became and rather quickly too. I much prefer the scorching… Read More ›

Sky Life

I rarely get to travel in an aircraft, so when I get the chance I’m on it. Usually it’s flying to and from Michigan twice per year, as soon as the weather warms the hell up in Michigan, I plan… Read More ›

Little Piggies

My mother passed in 2012, these little piggies are in the same spot they were since that day. My father has basically left the entire home as it was since 2012. Mother loves her cute little piggies so much!

Red SS Camaro

I had a nice chat with the older gent who owns this beautiful new Chevy Camaro SS at the Red Rock Overlook yesterday. He is a retired veteran who lives over the mountains in Pahrump, Nevada. This car was brand… Read More ›

Leaning In for The Shot

Tourists getting the shot at the Red Rock Overlook early yesterday. I love chatting up the tourists and locals who hang out here! Most are friendly, it’s fun to learn about other folk, where they are from and such.


Taken today at Lone Mountain, the photo gives you an idea of the size of the mountain beyond the people and palm trees. It may look large but Lone Mountain isn’t very tall or large as mountains go around here.

A Lucky Shot or Not?

On the way home yesterday from the Moapa Valley, I turned my Nikon around and snapped this photo. Talk about being chased down by truck drivers! The 35mm lens was attached, the 70-300mm lens would be too heavy for such… Read More ›