This week, Jeff Golenski asks us to share an image or two reflecting exceptional ambience. He goes on to say, “Ambience is the atmosphere of one’s surrounding environment. It basically boils down to how one’s surrounding impact the human senses and alter the feelings of an individual.” Continue reading
Panama Canal Zone.
This week, Cheri Lucas Rowlands asks us to share a quest. You can read her entire challenge post here. For me, one journey that I hoped to take led us to the Panama Canal. I don’t even know why that was an important goal for me. Continue reading
Our Mexican treat is described in the article.
In this week’s photo challenge, Jen H. asks us to share an image reflective of our season of Halloween. You can read about this week’s challenge here. Treats are a staple of Halloween, but they aren’t exclusive to October’s holiday. Continue reading
Our first experience with Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL) occurred in Hawaii on the Norwegian Wind. Though the Wind is no longer in NCL’s fleet, it was there that we learned about NCL’s brand of “Freestyle Cruising”. Our next NCL cruise checked off one of my bucket list travel destinations, the Panama Canal. Continue reading
Somewhere in the Pacific Ocean.
This week, Cheri Lucas Rowlands challenges us to took down and document the world beneath our feet. You can view the entire challenge post here. Looking down, I see an ocean of tropical fish. Could the carpet have a meaning? As it turns out… it does. Continue reading
High rise condos and resorts along the beach at Puerto Vallarta.
In the spring of 2013, my wife, Lynn, and I completed a bucket list item, crossing the Panama Canal. Along the way between Miami and Los Angeles, we stopped at several interesting places. Continue reading
The arch at land’s end where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
In July, 2013, I posted an article about our visit to Cabo. You can read that post for details about the trip here. At that time, a Nikon D5100 took up much of my attention because I just acquired it, and I had much to learn. Continue reading