The Homeless in Las Vegas

Just a photo, no long rant but it’s so damn sad to see these folks around the city. We will never know what circumstances brought this man to this point in his life. Pray that something miraculous will happen for… Read More ›

Five Birch Trees in One

Here’s another old photo I took some years ago. There’s a bit of irony for me in this photo for one reason which is that my second marriage began under this tree. It was a lovely place for a wedding…. Read More ›

Alone and Abandoned

I spent decades on a private estate in Michigan doing this sort of work. Not on a tiny lawn mower pictured above, but the big sixty inch front-mounted mower decks and zero-turn radius kind of John Deere tractors. I mowed… Read More ›

Lake Mead Signs

OK, not great photos but you can see the very low lake in the background! I haven’t been out there in a good while. Truth is, I really haven’t had time to get out and about for the latest and… Read More ›

Tried, True and Trusty

I’ve considered purchasing a Nikon D750 and a new lens that will work with that camera body but can’t justify the expense as I am an amateur photographer and still need to improve my skills with the current camera. Common… Read More ›

The Grid

A goofy iPhone photo from yesterday, parked at the hardware store. As windy as Las Vegas gets, I’ve never lost power after living here six years. And December was a very windy month too, and continuing on today!

Mall Of Ghosts

As a young man I used to take my gal to this mall to shop and just hang out so many years ago now. It’s just so sad to me to see a part of my young life now slowly… Read More ›

Toilet Paper

The first recorded use of toilet paper was in 6th Century China . By the 14th Century, the Chinese government was mass-producing it. Packaged toilet paper wasn’t sold in the United States until 1857. Joseph Gayetty, the man who introduced packaged TP to the U.S. ,… Read More ›

Top of The Trump

The lobby of the Trump Tower here in Las Vegas is really beautiful, as for the rest of the place I don’t know. There are both residences and businesses in this beautiful building. And yes, I voted for and support… Read More ›