New Orleans, La.
I live in Central City, New Orleans. It was hit with flooding during Katrina and is speckled with empty lots and abandoned houses, but it mostly beautiful and interesting with...
This is the view from the older daughter's bedroom window (last spring; by the time this is published, the cherry blossoms will be out.)
The photo is representative of Cape Cod. Working class neighborhood of single family homes. The Massachusetts economy is recovering at a faster rate than the national average. Here on Cape Cod we have a tourism economy...
This is a picture of a small statue in the heart of Mt. Vernon. It sits opposite of another statue symbolizing War. Before moving to Baltimore after graduating from graduate school, I almost felt as though I was at war with everything...
This photo shows my daughter skipping home from a recent afternoon piano lesson as a friendly neighborhood dog looks on. It is small-town life at its best: children still play and roam outside here...
Alaskans will manage, despite daily challenges, to embrace life and take conditions with a sense of adventure. Or humor. Or both.
Economically, Alaskans have been sheltered somewhat from the issues facing the Lower 48.
This is why we live where we do: Being outside the city may be less convenient in some ways ... but the Aurora light up the night and trail access for cross country skiing, snow machining and dog sledding out your back door is hard to beat...