And I want to address the controversy now before it explodes into an embarrassing scandal: The grass you see in these photos is in fact Liberty, MO grass from the campus of William Jewell College. And from two years ago. Thought I’d fess-up because I’m sure somebody will recognize it and go apoplectic on me. Then the phone starts ringing off the hook and the next thing you know the media are tramping all over my lawn…….
Added a new image to the “Open” series. This is not in Syria or Afghanistan but Hays, Kansas. Not sure if it was hit by a tornado or a wrecking ball. Maybe both… See the rest of the series HERE.
Tangier is a fantastic sensory overload, but we were ready to get back to Spain already by our second day there. A bit overwhelming for the old travelers.
I can’t put this series to bed. Like looking for sea shells, it triggers an obsessive-compulsive response. See the rest of the “Painted” series HERE.
Our first ever visit to the African continent. And while Tangier is barely scratching the surface of Africa, a lot of cultures meet here at the jumping-off point to Europe. There’s a bunch of these so you might want to freshen your coffee…