In Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) at last count, there were 47 million “motos” and 3 million cars. Incredible. We saw everything being transported, and even families of four balanced on one small motorcycle. And they rule the road, so you’d better get out of the way. This is a blurry photo, taken as we zipped by in a bus, but I just had to include it as an example of… Read More
Who says I need a dentist? One of my all-time favorite shots from a long-ago trip to Egypt. This camel definitely gave us some attitude.
My first winter in college, away from my coastal upbringing was an eye-opener. Living in the cold, monochromatic climate brought home the words of Thomas Wolfe in Look Homeward Angel when he described the “bleak bare prison of the hills.” Well that was then and this is now and I’ve developed a whole new perspective. I’m always excited by the sight of snow in any amount, even flurries are a thrill. And,… Read More