Desolation, Number 4
This is another in my Desolation series. Taken in Eastern Oklahoma, I snapped this photograph and high-tailed it.
No Interest in Canned Meat
In the Pacific Islands, canned meat is plentiful. However, my guess is this young man was passing through to the candy isle.
Swans and docked canoes on a small lake in Eastern Pennsylvania.
18th Century Bed & Breakfast
Old Farmhouse converted to Bed and Breakfast outside of red wing, Minnesota.
All Night Entertainment
Street musician out late in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana.
Off the Coast of Palau
This photograph was taken from a dive boat off the shores of the island nation of Palau in Micronesia. The waters around Micronesia are so clear that you can see a sunken WWII warship nearly 100 feet below the water from the surface. If you like diving, I highly recommend it. However, beware, you will be spoiled to the point of not wanting to dive anywhere else.
Spiritual and community gathering building on the "Forbidden Island" in the Yap Island Nation chain.
Beauty and Grace
At one time, I combined my love of diving and photography, however, I found it difficult to enjoy both. I now do not bring my camera underwater, but instead enjoy the peaceful beauty that awaits under the waves. The above Sea Turtle was taken off the
coast of Antigua in the West Indies.
one of the famous seedy music halls in the french quarter of new orleans, Louisiana, which cranks out great music.
Kenneth's hobbies include photography, Beekeeping, gardening, scuba diving, southern cooking, and travel. Below is a sample of travel photography through the years. This section was very difficult to edit down. Again, I invite you to follow my Facebook page for daily images: www.facebook.com/adeviousdesign.
Hacienda San Lucas
If you ever find yourself in Copan, Honduras, you must dine at Hacienda San Lucas. Copan is best known for it's Mayan Ruins,
but outside the town, up a winding dirt road is this culinary and aesthetic jewel.
The food is traditional and a five course meal will run you about $25 US dollars.
Door County Lighthouse
Caught in a storm in Door County, Wisconsin lead to this maybe erie image of an 1800's Peninsula Lighthouse
Lafitte Blacksmith Shop: New Orleans, LA
This well worn tourist destination and bar has been a French Quarter staple since the 1700's
Desolation, Number 1
This is the first of my Desolation series. The photograph was taken on a cross country road trip from San Francisco to Key West and back.
It was shot somewhere in Arizona.
"I'll Have the Number Three Meal"
Dinosaur statue outside a McDonald's somewhere in Arizona.
Along the Tickfaw River near Springfield, Louisiana, which runs into Lake Maurepas then meanders to Lake Pontchartrain.
Dilapidated barn and property entryway in rural Central Pennsylvania.
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Off the shores of St. John's island in the U.S. Virgin Islands. In my opinion, the best snorkeling in the world.
Dogs... Not My Own
Everywhere I go, I photograph dogs, which eventually lead to this series entitled, "Dogs... Not My Own"