Month: June 2009

Travel writers on the road, a cup of coffee in Normandy

The painter of Granville

Granville is a beautiful sea side town in Normandy not often visited by American tourists but the french flock here. Its the Perfect Gonomad/ destination, I love it. Max and I were walking through the old part of… Read More

Normandy American Cemetery, Omaha Beach

There are 9,387 graves at the American Cemetery in Normandy including 4 women, 41 brothers and 307 other souls who could not be identified. All of the graves face homeward toward America. It was the saddest place I… Read More

The ciliffs of Etretat Normandy

The cliffs of Etretat in Normandy are spectacular. It is a steep climb up to the top but well worth the effort . The town is beautiful, boats line the beach as peole lounge in the small cafes… Read More


The streets of Rouen France, Where Joan of arc walked and every one is beautiful, even the rabbits and dogs. var photo_tags=[];

2009 BearFest Easthampton,MA.

Starting on June 13, 2009, Easthampton City Arts is hosting a major public art event in the City of Easthampton, Massachusetts. The Easthampton Bear Fest revolves around an exhibit of life sized bears (20 large bears and 15… Read More

Ouro Preto horse rider

Belo Horizonte

Brazil is sexy

Brazil Churrascaria Baby Beef

The Pick Up. Congonhas Brazil

Tiradentes Brazil

Tiradentes is where the locals go in Minas Geraiss when they need some time off. It is a beautiful small village with plenty of shops great restaurants and an over abundance of charm. Of course there are amazing… Read More

Restaurante Aurora, Belo Horizonte Brazil

Last Titanic survivor Millvina Dean dies at 97

I took this portrait of Millvina Dean over ten years ago in Springfield MA. She was the youngest passenger on the Titanic and the last survivor. She passed away on Sunday at the age of 97. She was… Read More