I will simply say this. The world remembers the horrors that Hitler subjected the Jews and homosexuals to during WWII. Sadly, it is easy for people to forget; to become susceptible to the voices of the haters. We must all be watchful that no strong, but violent leader is ever able to again cause us to pass laws that discriminate; that close our borders; that diminishes or eliminates our constitutional human rights and protections of those rights. This is more important today than ever before.
I have been busy traveling and dealing with illness and have not written in this blog for at least six months. I am going to try to do better in 2017.
I visited Savannah, Georgia in December 2016. This is a beautiful and very historic city in America's South. If you have the opportunity, I encourage you to visit this city. There are great museams, wonderful places to eat, and an amazing river front with ocean traveling ships to experience. The stately old homes, gardens and wrought iron fences and decorative applications on the houses are truely works of art and not to be missed.
Paula Deen has left her mark on Southern cooking and her restaurant still feeds thousands of visitors every year. But, if you visit, try to get into Mrs. Wilks boarding house for lunch. It's an experience you will never forget. This is the very best in Southern cooking, served family style.
Sometimes you don't want or need a large meal. Exciting quality and innovative food can be just as appealing. Visit Wright Square and the cafe that is right across the street. The Wright Square cafe is located at 21 West York Street.
On our visit, Gary J. Hall (the owner) served up soup, sandwiches and chocolates of the very best quality. Sandwiches are made with interesting breads and high quality meats and cheeses.
Experienced photographer who has used Canon equipment for several years. I use Photo Shop Elements to finalize my images.
Enjoying the Cliffs of Moher - Ireland
This blog will be primarily about photography since that is one of my strong interests. I may sometimes go off topic if I feel strongly about some news or event.