Photos: The Normandy American Cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer
I’ve always wanted to visit the Normandy American Cemetery which sits above Omaha Beach on the coast of Normandy. I’m not sure why. A number of my family served in the military in WWII, but none to my knowledge were a part of D-Day Invasion. Of the 10 or so relatives who served, I know […]
Trainspotting in Portland
The real title for this series is “Rebecca at the Well” which is a reference to the fountain in Downtown Portland’s Shemanski Park where the photos were taken, but which also lends a poetic irony to the subject of a woman jabbing a needle in her arm.
On School Shootings
I was not at Columbine High School on the morning of April 20, 1999 when Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris went on their killing rampage. But I was there on the afternoon of April 19 and the morning of April 21.
New images of Beargrass Writers from the 2017 Beargrass Writing Retreat in Greenough, MT
From the grave of a freed slave
There can be no going back. Glorifying and romanticizing America’s racist past will never Make America Great Again.
Last week, I spent a day at Walden Pond looking for insight into my world by looking for Henry David Thoreau’s.