I spent an amazing couple weeks in Hawaii, on the big island and Oahu. Here’s what I can back with – Hawaii Album .
I originally captured this in May at a Yankees vs. Red Sox game at Fenway Park.
I’ve now added it to Fine Art America where you can purchase custom prints and greeting cards.
Along the very short Prospect Street in Acton, Massachusetts, are two monuments to minutemen of April 19th, 1775.
The Blanchard brothers were among the men from Acton serving under Captain Isaac Davis. Young Luther was a fifer. When the minutemen formed up to take on the British army at the Old North Bridge in Concord, Capt. …
This post is the start of a new, long-term series I’ve been thinking about centered around the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Although I’d say I have an above average interest in American history, I can only name a few of the 56 signers. The most famous like Sam and John Adams, Jefferson and …
The monument reads:
This monument is erected by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the town of Sudbury in grateful rememberence of the services and sufferings of the founders of the state: and especially in honor of
Capt. S. Wadsworth of Milton.
Capt Brocklebank of Rowley,
Lieut. Sharp of Brookline.
and twenty six others, men of their command, who fell near …
I discovered another Creative Commons use of one of my photos in the wild today. This on is on a site called Heritage Key.
Here’s the original:
I wish I was better at planning these things, but sometimes you get lucky. I drove out to Fort McClary in Kittery, Maine today and was surprised to find a group of reenactors camping there for the weekend. Their tents provided a nice little extra.
The Blockhouse is unique not only for it’s shape and …