Capturing the CAPE #Photography


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. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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..

Indian Park sits quietly on the corner of S. Lorimier and William streets in downtown Cape, just a few blocks up from the river. It's rare when I walk by and I see people enjoying..

A bluejay perched in a tree caught my attention as I was out basking in the warm and sunny January afternoon. I was down by the SEMO River Campus, and without the leaves on the winter trees,

When I made the decision to move from Washington, DC to Cape Girardeau, Missouri this year, I knew that downtown was where I wanted to live.

I like to grab my camera and just walk around downtown Cape looking for interesting subjects to capture. Nothing in particular, just what catches my interest.

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

I don't often photograph in black and white because of two reasons. One, I love color. And second, capturing a nostalgic, timeless monochrome photo is rare for me.