About this site

Here you will find personal recollections created for the pleasure of revisiting my travel experiences and of creating a vehicle (this web site) to share them with anyone who may be interested. They are personal and are conditioned by previous experiences, by preferences, moods, attitudes, and biases. They are entirely subjective; not even my photographs can make any claim to objectivity because my subject matter and how I choose to portray it are equally personal. Not all of the images are my own. When my own images are inadequate, I borrow shamelessly from my wife Sheila. You will not find suggestions of places to see or things to do, no recommendations, ratings, schedules, or tips and tricks.

About me

I enjoy both the experience of travel and recording some of that experience in photos and journals. I travel with my wife Sheila. We  travel in a small campervan, often for months at a time, and we are still together. Sheila reads the guidebooks and chooses our itinerary, I follow her directions and reap the reward of discov- ery, unconditioned by expectations. Organizing these materials for my own use and review, I found that a web page format worked well, and having produced what was really a personal web page, I decided to share the materials with anyone who may be interested by publishing to a publicly accessible website. The events, places, and feelings are described as I experienced and recorded them in my daily journal, much of the background material was added during production of the web site.
A Sense of Place:  Travel, Photography, and Photo-art
by David E. Moon
© David E. Moon, 2014  All rights reserved
A Sense of Place:   Travel, Photography, and Photo-art
by David E. Moon
© David E. Moon, 2014  All rights reserved

About this site

Here you will find personal recollections created for the pleasure of revisiting my travel experiences and of creating a vehicle (this web site) to share them with anyone who may be interested. They are personal and are conditioned by previous experiences, by preference, moods, attitudes, and biases. They are entirely subjective; not even my photographs can make any claim to objectivity because my subject matter and how I choose to portray it are equally personal. Not all of the images are my own. When my own images are inadequate, I borrow shamelessly from my wife Sheila Jeck. . You will not find suggestions of places to see or things to do, no recommendations, ratings, schedules, or tips and tricks.

About me

I enjoy both the experience of travel and recording some of that experience in photos and journals. I travel with my wife Sheila. We  travel in a small camper- van, often for months at a time, and we are still together. Sheila reads the guidebooks and chooses our itinerary, I follow her directions and reap the reward of discovery, unconditioned by expectations. Organizing these materials for my own use and review, I found that a web page format worked well, and having produced what was really a personal web page, I decided to share the materials with anyone who may be interested by publishing to a publicly accessible website. The events, places, and feelings are described as I experienced and recorded them in my daily journal, much of the background material was added during production of the web site.
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