Time Zones, A Photo Exhibit, Minneapolis, March-July 2017

This is a catalog, of sorts, of my travel photography exhibit at Icebox Gallery in Minneapolis, March 25-July 29, 2017. Hours are Thursday-Friday from 10-6, and Saturdays from 12-5. The gallery is also open by [...]

Streaky Clouds at Dawn, Wadi Rum, Jordan

It's worth getting up early to get visions like this. It was a particularly soft dawn over the red sands of Wadi Rum. Often you'll get the long shadows of low light at [...]

By | 2018-03-11T18:42:01+00:00 February 3, 2016|Categories: Asia, Jordan, Photo of the Day, Unesco World Heritage Sites|Tags: , |4 Comments

The Seven Pillars of Wisdom, Wadi Rum, Jordan

The Seven Pillars, inspiration for the famous Lawrence of Arabia. T.E. Lawrence, the famous Lawrence Of Arabia, wrote a book about his experience in his World War I campaign with the Arabs called [...]

By | 2018-03-11T18:44:04+00:00 January 31, 2016|Categories: Asia, Jordan, Middle East, Photo of the Day, Unesco World Heritage Sites|Tags: , |2 Comments

Our 2015 Travels in 50 Photos

I said the same thing last year, but 2015 was our biggest year in travel yet. Four continents and 16 countries, about 75 cities, 11 United States National Parks, and a score or more Unesco [...]

Mapping 2015: Highlights and Snapshots

It’s been such a full year I needed to retrace our itinerary to get my head around all that we’ve seen in 2015. Initially, I just wanted to post some random images–previously unpublished–that have stayed [...]

Dawn, Wadi Rum, Jordan

Dawn at Wadi Rum, almost as pretty as sunset at Wadi Rum. When it comes to color and natural beauty it's hard to beat mountains and desert. When you have both, such as [...]

By | 2018-03-11T18:46:18+00:00 July 16, 2015|Categories: Asia, Jordan, Middle East, Photo of the Day, Unesco World Heritage Sites|Tags: , |6 Comments

Trip Totals: Accounting for our Whereabouts

This photo counts as one of my favorites: The Bernina Express rail line in the Swiss Alps. Apart from toting up income (not enough) and expenses (too much), we endorse counting up other [...]

Jerash, Our Introduction to Roman Jordan

Even though I studied Latin and some Roman history in college, I never really considered the edges of the Roman Empire, such as Jordan. So, Jerash was an introduction. If you love Roman and Byzantine architecture–and who doesn't?–this is a great place to visit. It's one of the best preserved Roman cities you'll run across anywhere. Much nicer than Ephesus, for example.

By | 2015-03-03T11:20:30+00:00 February 12, 2015|Categories: Asia, Jordan, Middle East|14 Comments