Now close your eyes and take a deep breath. Then continue, and don’t shake your head yet. OK, listen up. It’s not all about the red rocks of Sedona, Arizona. Granted they are one of the most photographed places in the world, but what about the skies over Sedona? The mixture of high mountains, desert [...]
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This was the perfect weekend to be on the water, and thousands of people through Connecticut took advantage of the hot weather to be in or near the water. I took in two events this weekend that can only be called Nautical Novelties. The first was the Riverfront Dragon Boat and Asian Festival in Hartford [...]
After photographing the Cherry Blossoms around Washington DC Monday, I decided to take a walk to my favorite museum, the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. As I was proceeding down the National Mall I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw a spacecraft sitting on the edge of the mall a few hundred yards away. As I got [...]
This was the scene that I went to yesterday on I-84 in the westbound lane 3/4 of a mile from exit 63. A spectacular accident in which a dump truck driver forgot to lower the dump body after leaving a construction site in Manchester just off of the highway, at 9:30am Wednesday March 4th. The [...]
In my younger years I was a volunteer firefighter. For more than two decades I fought the red devil in structures, cars, and on boats. Back in the mid 1990′s I spent a lot of time photographing the New York City Fire Department’s training sessions. Where did they do a lot of their training? The [...]
Cars Yesterday started out by going out on assignment to Proton Energy Systems, in Wallingford, Connecticut. Proton is a local company which designs and manufactures Proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrochemical systems, and has 1,200 commercial hydrogen systems around the world. What was going on? Proton was one of the few stops in Connecticut that hosted a cross [...]