Capturing the CAPE #CAPE OUTSIDE

I moved to Cape Girardeau, Missouri, in April 2018, after living in Washington, D.C. for many years. This is my online journal capturing photographs and life in this beautiful river city. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I love watching birds fly over the Mississippi River.

When the sun wakes up late and is early to bed. When leaves change from green to shades of yellow and red.

I love when I go down to the Mississippi and I'm pleasantly surprised by the activity happening on the river.

I love music. It’s always been one of the things in life I could count on -

Because of the high river and closing of the floodgates, the scheduled...

Fluffy cumulus clouds often hang out in the blue sky above downtown Cape.

Ivers Square is a beautiful space in downtown Cape that was renamed in 2017 to honor James Ivers..

Mornings feel peaceful in downtown Cape as the river city wakes up. It was a clear, crisp morning...

It was the last day of March and the weather was breezy, a tad chilly, but sunny - an almost perfect day for photography and some local nature.

Twilight is one of my favorite times of the day for photography - trying to capture the atmospheric feel of the blue and pink sky covering downtown Cape.

Dressed in my winter's warmest, I headed out into the icy snowfall on Saturday to capture photographs of the winter storm that was blanketing downtown Cape. I lasted outside in the biting wind for..

“I think it pisses God off if you walk by the color purple in a field somewhere and...