Posted by: kerryl29 | February 7, 2020

A Brief Hiatus

I’m writing this post to alert the regular readership of this blog that there will be no new post next week.  Tomorrow (Feb. 8) morning I’m heading to Big Bend National Park in southwest Texas.  Big Bend–a place I’ve wanted to visit for many years but never have been anywhere near up to this point–is nearly 600 miles by road from my (new-ish) base near Houston.  I will spend five days (and probably one additional early morning) there before returning back to Houston on Friday, Feb. 14.  This will be my first photo foray in Texas.

While on the ground in Big Bend, I will have limited time  to produce blog content (and, possibly, even more limited connectivity), so rather than try to pull a proverbial rabbit out of a proverbial hat, there will be no post next week.

I’m really looking forward to, finally, visiting Big Bend.  While this is a much shorter trip than most of my photo sojourns, it should still provide plenty of time for exploration and, hopefully, a bit of memorable photography.  Eventually the images from this trip will be presented on this blog, but it won’t be for awhile.  Editing of the images won’t even begin until I’m back in the Chicago area (late February).

The next blog entry–probably the early part of the week after next–will resume the chronology of last September’s Hawaii trip.

In the meantime, have a good week!

Bisti Arch Moonrise, Bisti Badlands, New Mexico


  1. Have fun at Big Bend. I always love it there.

    • Thanks! I got my first look at it–about an hour’s worth–this evening. I’m looking forward to much more over the next few days.

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