North America

A lot has been said about Chicago in recent years, the majority of it negative. But when I think of Chicago, I remember walking across the Dearborn Street Bridge with my girlfriends as we embarked on another exciting day of adventure. We spent four glorious days touring the city back in the summer of 2009. Numerous rides on the L Train took us to block parties that...

 Travel Photo Tuesday is Back! Today's photo is one that I took in downtown Atlanta during  DragonCon in 2015.  This annual event takes place over the Labor Day weekend.  You will geek out at the various cosplays exhibited by some rather uninhibited folk - young and old - who spend months designing and executing their elaborate costumes.   DragonCon is one of the largest multi-genre pop-culture...

The Big Zombie Tour | The Walking Dead Last week, I shared my experience with the first part of the Big Zombie Tour in Atlanta.  Today, I want to discuss the second part that covered location shots in the small towns of Senoia, Grantville, Newnan and Haralson, Georgia.  Senoia is roughly 50 miles away from the main tour offices in Atlanta, so you would...

My Experience On The Big Zombie Tour For as long as I can remember, I have always been a fan of the macabre.  Horror movies have always been my favorite genre.  I love the idea of being frightened out of my wits and I suspect I’m not alone in that feeling.  I’m not saying that I haven’t looked away or closed...

  I first fell in love with Prince Edward Island through the narrow view of a photo lens.  Its' vast beauty shined through whether it was the picturesque countryside or pensive seaside.   I was enamored with its quaint architecture, beautiful seashore and knew that one day I would have to bear witness to it to make sure that it was all real. I...

Honolulu, Hawaii Today's photo proves that you can find opportunities anywhere without really trying. We were on our way back to our rental in Honolulu, Hawaii when we happened upon five men who were kayak racing down a canal. The canal just happened to be parallel to Pinky’s Pupu Bar where we were enjoying an Aloha plate, which is a traditional Hawaiian...