Badlands National Park, South Dakota

This was actually supposed to be yesterday’s post. I had no internet, and I needed a break!

Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming

Deadwood, South Dakota

Here is a view of Deadwood from the Mount Moriah Cemetery. Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane are buried here.

Kalona, Iowa

It started to rain just as I was getting the shots today. This old barn was just outside Kalona Iowa, a largely Amish community.

Niagara Falls – In Photos



The top photo is the town of New London, and the bottom two are from the Seaside Sanatorium in Waterford. I’m hoping to get two more photos when we go into New Haven later today. Tomorrow morning we drive to Niagara Falls.

New York City

We finally got the New York shots today. I really wanted to get it right so I mapped out my shots. One film holder failed, but I’ll get the photos, they’ll just have that light-leaked film look on the edges. Today’s lesson, when you’re in a sensitive place such as a port in the NYC area and it’s after sunset, and the port authority police stop you, you could possibly go to jail. Unless of course your dad happens to be retired from the sheriff’s department, and he happens to be with you. Lucky break. Tomorrow we stop in New Haven Connecticut, then on to Boston Wednesday.

Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC

Tonight was the only chance I had to shoot in DC. It’s very difficult to park here, and the huge crowds of people limited my options significantly. I got a shot of the Lincoln Memorial and another of the Washington Monument. On to Philadelphia tomorrow.

Fulghum Fibres, Ohatchee Alabama

wood chipping facility for pulp and paper indusrty.

The Times-Picayune interview on

Matthew Hinton from The Times-Picayune in New Orleans sent this link to the interview we did a few days ago. It’s got a video and slide show, along with the article: “Photographer uses X-ray film to record landmarks around the country”