Nearly 1.8 million wildebeest make a 1000 mile round-trip migration through the Serengetti ecosystem. This was taken during the fall of 2011 while the wildebeest were crossing the Mara River heading north.
Taken one weekend in the spring of 2009, this image captures a nearly 360° panorama of the energy that is Times Square. Standing in the center of the Square, as hundreds of people swirl by, is an experience that just can't be captured on film. But if you ever have been, this print will certainly [...]
As seen in the spring of 2010, this is a view of the construction work happening around the World Trade Center Plaza. In the center is the site of the future 9/11 memorial, and on the left is the new WTC tower.
This image was taken in 2009 while on a road trip across the United States. It is from Mather Point on the Southern Rim of the Grand Canyon, and has been enhanced via simulated HDR processing to highlight the detail and vibrant colors in the already breathtaking view.
There's not a lot happening in the garden these days. The only things left are the tomatoes, peppers, and sweet potatoes. I may plant some spinach for a late crop in the next week or so, but I'm pretty much at the end of the season. It may have been hot and dry for the [...]
Harvest as of Friday Finally got around to getting the potatoes dug on Friday. I ended up with 12 lbs. of yellow potatoes, and 5 lbs. of red potatoes. Not a bumper crop, but 17 lbs. of potatoes for one person will be plenty! I'll be eating a lot of potatoes over the next few [...]
My 'Painted Mountain' flour corn is in! I wasn't sure how much would actually come in, since I never did much of anything with it. Not a bad little yield for a neglected plot if you ask me! The pictures just don't do the vibrant color justice. Besides being a little warped, they look really [...]
Saw this article a few minutes ago: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44013462/ns/health-diet_and_nutrition/ Seemed like a pretty ignorant article! It assumes that in order to meet the recommended dietary recommendations, you’d have to add money for each deficient nutrient! In the real world, ‘healthy’ foods(whole foods) replace the processed crap that comprises the average American diet. It doesn’t take into [...]
Was the juice fast worth the it? Definitely! I’ve noticed the last couple of days that my joints aren’t hurting! Considering that they’ve been hurting constantly for the past several years, that’s huge! Even though I spent a while working outside yesterday, and then pounded the pavement for several hours today, I still didn’t experience [...]
Was going to post last night, but Tumblr was down, again. After about 5 days of not eating, I decided to finish the juice fast last night. I’m pretty glad that I went that long, and am feeling a little bit better. For now, I’m going to stick with a vegetarian diet, and still do [...]
Well, it’s been 3 days since I decided to go on the juice fast, and so far so good! It’s not been nearly as hard as I thought it would be. I’ve barely been hungry, and even though it’s recommended to drink 4-6 16oz glasses of juice a day(and an equivalent amount of water!), I’ve not [...]
Watched the documentary: ‘Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead’ last week, and really enjoyed it. I thought about it, and studied on it for awhile, and decided to give it a shot! While I’m not big on diet schemes, or quick weight loss stuff, I do see the advantages of kickstarting a healthy lifestyle change with [...]