Finally Getting to the Tiny House Jamboree

I must apologize to everyone who let me into their Tiny House for photos, and granted interviews, etc. Things have taken longer than I’d planned. There was an abundance of material from THJ, and I’m finally getting a handle on it all. Thanks for your patience. I’ve been interested in Tiny Houses for a couple…

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My Favorite New Discovery

As a kind of photojournalist, one of my goals is to provide my readers with the best photos I can. There’s always something to shoot, but to make the best image takes more work than to simply take a snapshot. So, you might imagine how exciting it was for me to find out that my…

South Broadway on a Thursday Afternoon

South Broadway is the unofficial antique district of Denver. For several blocks, you’ll find antique shops along both sides of the street, appealing to all tastes and interests. A couple of friends are working on a project, and were looking for ideas. I decided to tag along and see what kind of interesting photos I…

Colorado Dragon Boat Festival

Sloan’s Lake is a pretty little park, in the midst of an upscale, 1930s neighborhood, on the western edge of Denver’s city limit. The homes are mostly custom brick dwellings, with lovely appointments and fairly large yards. (Dont get me started on the Scrape Off mentality that pervades.) Prices run from $800,000 to about $1,200,000….

Opening up…

When telling people about VagabondStew, I always say that it’s about sharing stories. We are connected by stories. They may be celebrations, or struggles, but stories are the threads that stitch the fabric of humanity together. With that in mind, I’ve been trying to strike a way to share the story of my most recent…