The Embera Indians live in these huts deep in the jungle in Panama.
The Road Less Travelled
A winding road through the thick Panama jungle.
Taking a Ride
A boy helps his little sister get down to the river in the jungle in Panama.
Placing the bench under the magnificent tree seemed like such a good idea at the time.
Homes and shops along the waterfront in Panama.
Panama City, Panama
An evening view of downtown Panama City, Panama from across the bay.
16th Century Cathedral
One of the many beautiful cathedrals built in Panama and still standing.
Built in the early 17th century, this is one of the few cathedrals that withstood the years of fighting and turmoil inside of Panama.
It Pays to Finish
A grand palace started, but then the funds dried up and the owner never finished.
Panama Street View
Looking down the inner streets of Panama and seeing the downtown apartments off in the distance.
Inside a church built in the 17th century in Panama City, Panama.
15th Pennsylvania Infantry
6th New York Cavalry Monument
Keeping watch from the safety of the high ground overlooking the battlefield.
Where there was once war, there is now peace.
Gettysburg Rock Garden
Incredible to realize these same rocks were sitting here during the intense fighting of the Civil War.
Gettysburg Monument Arch
Gazing off into the Pennsylvania countryside through the stone archway of a monument.
An authentic Civil War era campground with live Civil War re-enactors using them as sleeping quarters. The rain was moving in so it was clear these folks were dedicated to their craft.
The plains in the foreground, mountains off in the distance. And the sun trying to push through to illuminate it all.
Washington Monument with People
The vantage point of Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have a Dream" speech standing on the Lincoln Memorial looking out over the National Mall.
Long exposure shot of the White House at night.
This statue is larger than you might think. The memorial is a wonderful piece of history documenting the critical words and moments of Lincoln's presidency.
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Night falls on a deserted street cafe.
Travis Street Bridge
A glimpse of San Antonio through the Riverwalk.
Someone looks like they just had their favorite TV show cancelled. And you cancelled it!
Lamp in the Window
The lamp doesn't work, but the sun still does.
Flowers in the Light
Who wouldn't want to sit a spell in the fresh breeze and soft light from the window?
Try as they might, the clouds struggle to contain the mountain jutting toward the sky.
In the heart of downtown San Antonio sits a pleasant sign grateful for the detailed attention of the landscaping crew.
Weston Center Entrance
The only thing that would make this a better entrance would be if the clock made loud obnoxious gongs every hour on the hour.
I took the path less taken, and that has made all the difference.
Many were working on repairing their homes, but some were just overwhelmed with where to start.
Home is Not Here
Nearly 1.5 million people lost their homes in the earthquake. Over a year later, many still called these UN issued tents their home.
Setting up shop doesn't have to involve a lot of resources. This will do just fine.
Funeral Home Van
This funeral home had seen better days. The van wasn't so sure.
Kids Playing Soccer
Kids at a local school show off their futbol skills.
Grace Point Church - West Campus
Grace Point Church - New West Campus!
Journey to Atlantis
It was a hot summer day when our family decided the journey to Atlantis was a journey worth taking.
If you find yourself in a dark hallway at night, I recommend taking a picture before you run.
Glass Tower in the Garden
There are few things more futuristic looking than a conical glass tower rising from the heart of a beautiful garden. I expect my home to look like this in 2050.
There is always light at the end of the tunnel. Unless it's at night.
The garden equivalent of classical music.
This lake was as smooth as clear silica gel.