My maternal grandparents passed through Ellis Island as they made their way to a new home in America. My grandfather came in 1913 at the age of 23 and my grandmother followed him in 1919 at the age of 28. So stepping onto this historic site is personal for me.
Yesterday and today I have been going through each of my pictures from Scotland to try and categorize them and see what stories they will yield. The everyday life of the people in Inverness was captured in a few of the photos I took while wandering the street. Each one
I am still processing all of the wonderful experiences I encountered in Scotland but it was time to return to reality today and photograph the current production at the Surflight Theater. On stage is “Escape to Margaritaville” and it is another fun and very entertaining production by this storied theater
Whether you are a fan (or fanatic) of Outlander, or not, it is well worth a trip to various sites where the series was filmed in the early segments. The locations are historical in their own right and present a fascinating look into Scottish life, especially in the 15th, 16th
Today it was off to St. Andrews and Fife which meant crossing the Firth of Forth estuary near Edinburgh via the Queensferry Bridge and parallel to the iconic Forth Bridge, which was opened in 1890, and is one of the most recognizable in the world. This railway bridge, a UNESCO
What’s not to love about a castle? To think of the history that is infused in these Scottish castles makes one give pause for sure! Today I visited Edinburgh Castle and it was difficult, if not impossible, to capture more than simple touristy pictures. The amount of people visiting the