When you click on a link, a new window should open. After you close that window, this window should still be here.
Here's what's below. You can click on one of these section names or just scroll down:
Here are a few pages that have been on my site for quite a while. I'm generally not maintaining them, but some of the information might be helpful to you.
These are interesting aerial views. The contrast between the maps and the aerial views is part of the fun. From the map view, click on "Satellite" near the top-rght corner of the page to see the aerial view instead. You can drag the image around and zoom in and out.
Some friends and travelers I've met are also photographers. Here are their photos. Some of the sites are mostly about photography; others are more travelogue:
sent me this photo while she was preparing for a
photography class on fairy tales.
That gave me the hint I needed for this caption.
Her photos can be like a dream.
A lot of them leave me a bit "on edge" with an unusual balance
in the composition or a pattern I don't notice at first.
Audrey and her husband Daniel Noll -- who's also a photographer
and a talented writer -- are dedicated travelers.
Their website Uncornered Market
has their photos and (extensive!) travel stories.
I met Linda Aragón
on a trip along one of my favorite roads between my home
in Tucson and the state where I grew up, New Mexico.
Now she's a client of mine.
Her photos of southwestern New Mexico show a part of the
state that (unfortunately) not many people see.
(on the left in that photo) was co-author of the
third edition of my first book.
Besides being a software expert, he's a sailor, diver,
and a traveler other ways, too...
with stories and photos to match.
(From his home page, scroll down to "Journals".)
Each time one of
images flash onto my screen,
I say "wow!"... and I can't stop looking at it.
specializes in stunning, super-sharp nature photography —
though he does a lot more too.
He (and his wife Carol, when she can get away from work)
spend weeks in the backcountry hiking, camping...
and grabbing great shots on his Nikon.
Cynthia E. Shoemaker
is a world traveler who lives in Tucson.
She has an eye for composition -- especially patterns and
colors -- and a love for nature.
Here are some random sites that you might want to visit:
Last change: 13 September 2009
Contact Jerry Peek