Air Force Museum

I had an enjoyable day last Saturday at the National Museum of the Air Force at Wright Patterson AFB in Dayton Ohio.  I had never been to this wondrous place to see air history.   Everything from a Wright Flyer to a Stealth fighter is there.  All of the classic planes from WWII are represented and all displayed wonderfully.  

I highly recommend a visit to this gem of the Cincinnati area.  It's free and the only requirement is that you be sure to wear comfortable shoes and allow yourself plenty of time.  There's so much to take in here, you will be amazed.  Well worth the trip up I-75.


This photo was taken last spring at Caesar's Creek, a park not too far from me.  After hiking back into the woods a little ways, we were greeted with a lovely setting with some great flowing falls to shoot.  I tried many techniques and locations.  This shot is my best from that day.

A New Challenge

I don't know if it's mid-life crisis, boredom or just a desire to be more creative, but I've taken a big leap in my photography and creative journey.  I'm going full fledged business selling prints.  I've also rented studio space for both displaying/selling my prints, but also as a creative space to allow me to stretch my wings and see if anything will fly.   Photos to follow of my space once it's up and running.  I guess I need to take some before photos also.  Something to put on the to-do list for today.