Flowers have evolved to stand-out. Plumeria stand above the crowd. On one of the many staired pathways winding through the neighborhoods of El Cerro in Puerto Vallarta, this pink plumeria rose up and grabbed my eyes. The petals offer striking definition, the lone pointing leaf strong and straight and the plaster brick background satisfyingly anchors … More The Gorgeous Trickster – Plumeria
Slice of Sunlight shinesCan worlds open from above?Desire to transcend
Sunrise shot of a cactus hanging tough on the cliffs above Tehuamixtle, Mexico.
In the Mexican mountain town of Mascota, our local friends brought us to the site of an unfinished Roman Catholic temple, Templo de la Preciosa Sangre. It is unknown exactly why the temple was never finished, though the simple fact of running out of funds seems to be the consensus. Even in its unfinished … More An Idea Unfinished
I came across this well seasoned motorcycle while wandering the side streets of Puerto Vallarta. The tires had air and the seat had a somewhat fresh tape job. I suspect it still prowled the bruising cobblestone streets, and corrosive Pacific coast air of one of my favorite Mexican cities.
Over the change in the new year, I was fortunate enough to spend some time in Puerto Vallarta, in the State of Jalisco, Mexico. A vibrant,fast paced, destination city, situated on the sub-tropical pacific coast of Mexico. On my first full day in town, I met up with my dear friends at Melissa’s seafood restaurant, … More Meet At Melissa’s
I hopped on an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 – 800 with some family, over the 2016 New Year break, and enjoyed a fine journey 3000 miles South of the deep snows of Central Idaho. Not surprisingly, I was welcomed by the warm waters of the Pacific ocean, comfortable day and evening air temperatures, amazing people, … More Mexican Sunsets: Puerto Vallarta