While I appreciate clean lines and could soak up art deco all day, I’m particularly drawn to old structures. For information on these and other such images, go to the Categories drop-down menu and select Architecture.


Since travel wasn’t a significant aspect of life until the last 10 years or so, I’m now making up for lost time. If you’re interested in images of British Columbia or Vancouver, which I call home, click on the Vancouver…

Ink 48: Heavenly Views in Hell’s Kitchen

Housed in a former printing press building just a couple of blocks from the Hudson River, Ink 48 is in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighbourhood. This property, situated on West 48th at 11th, was constructed in the 1930s and was originally home…


Let the Good Times Roll: My First Visit to New Orleans

I’ve just returned home from my first (and hopefully not last!) visit to New Orleans. I was there to speak at the Summit 2017 conference hosted by IAAP, the International Association of Administrative Professionals. While I was highly focused on delivering…

History Meets Luxury in NYC: The InterContinental Barclay

If you like a bit of history with very comfortable travel, you’ll be interested in our summer stay at the InterContinental Barclay New York, which is one of NYC’s grand old railroad hotels. Click here to see more.  

Room With A View – Postcard from New York

We’ve been back from New York City just over a couple of weeks now and, while I have a number of pics to share with you, that thing called work swallows up much of my days. So, while there’s more…

Feeling the Heat?

It’s July, and the long, sunny days have arrived on cue. Feeling the heat? Here’s one creature cooling down nicely.

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Let’s Go Crabbing

Visiting Victoria, BC this Spring, we found that a walk along James Bay is a great way to start the morning. We stayed at the Fairmont Empress Hotel, in a room overlooking the city’s inner harbour. The downtown views are…

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On Ice

… ducks on ice, that is. It’s not been cold enough this winter for ponds to freeze over, but these images from Jericho Park last winter always bring a smile to my face. Hopefully they do the same for you…

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