Posts by: Glen Green

Hohenschwangau Castle in the Fall

Hohenschwangau Castle in the Fall

  It’s a rainy autumn Friday night as I write this and I’m relaxing with music, a little wine and by working on some photos. This evening’s contribution: a continuation of the fall German palace theme, but this time with…

Althoff Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg

Althoff Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg

Autumn is here. Moody clouds and fiery leaves are conjuring memories of my trip to Germany last year and the spectacular hotel,¬†Althoff Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg outside of Cologne. I highly recommend a stay there if fortune allows. The Bensberg Palace…

Seneca Caverns Photos Down Under

Seneca Caverns Photos Down Under

The Catalyst Cave When I was in college, I toured my first wild cave as part of a geology field trip. It was part of a larger excursion to look at rocks and when we stopped at Strangford Cave in…

Ignite Your Creativity Interview

Ignite Your Creativity Interview

I’m flattered to have been featured on Belinda (McGrath) Witzenhausen’s websites IgniteYourCreativity.wordpress.com and BelindaWitzenhausen.com. As a very creative person herself, an artist, writer and photographer Belinda asked a number of challenging questions, which have hard to encapsulate with short answers….

Gare de Paris-Est

Gare de Paris-Est

Train stations thrill me. In the U.S., most of us have few opportunities to ride trains with any frequency. For me, my experience with trains has almost entirely been while traveling overseas, in Europe in particular, and so I have…

The Stricken Marble

The Stricken Marble

A sculptor wields The chisel, and the stricken marble grows To beauty. – William Cullen Bryant Quotes I’ve been swamped for the last four months and am only now getting some breathing room, here at the footsteps of Spring. Now,…

A walk about Paris

A walk about Paris

I returned from another lovely trip to Europe but have been playing catchup ever since. Of course, I shot many photos, a selection of which I hope to post here. But for now, here is a single photo taken at…

Pittsburgh Bridges in Winter

Pittsburgh Bridges in Winter

Pittsburgh has a lot of bridges. According to Wikipedia: A 2006 study[1] determined that Pittsburgh has 76 bridges, and with its proximity to three major rivers and countless hills and ravines, Pittsburgh is known as “The City of Bridges”. Pittsburgh…

Award Winning Photo – 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

Award Winning Photo – 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air

I’m pleased and flattered to announce that my photo of the beautiful, red, 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, that I shot in the¬†Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in July 2012, was awarded first place in the Professional Category on Groovy Lens Photographic…

Setting Sun Linn Run

Setting Sun Linn Run

Late spring, visiting with friends in the Laurel Mountains, one of my friends suggested a walk in the woods at the nearby Linn State Park, so I threw my camera pack and tripod over my shoulder and we were off….