Assorted photos ...

My travels

• Ted down under (1998) ...

• Vikings and fjords (2000) ...

• Munich and Salzburg (2000) ...

• U.K. wanderings (2001) ...

• Palace of Fine Arts (2004) ...

• Chelsea in Seattle (2004) ...

• Pittsburgh and the Blues (2004) ...

• V and my honeymoon (2005) ...

• A few days in Atlanta (2006) ...

• Washington D.C. in 3 hours (2006) ...

• Hawai'i (2006) ...

• Bienvenido a Miami ...

• Nice, Turin, and Genoa (2008) ...

Friends and family

• The CMIR (2003) ...

• Michelle's 30th birthday (2005) ...

• Ana (1999-2005) ...

Animals

• Cobi (2004) ...

• Tara and Pepe (2005) ...

Our new house (2004) ...

Ted's digi-art

• Shameless graphics (circa 1997) ...

• Ted's head (1999)

• Wedding CD covers (2004) ...

• Random photoshop tidbits ...

Music personalities (circa 1995) ...

Pete (1998) ...

Hawai'i (2006) album list

The Pearl Harbor monument as seen from across the bay The U.S. flag waving over the monument and the remains of the U.S.S. Arizona The names of the sailors and soldiers who lost their lives on December 7, 1941
The deck of the sunken U.S.S. Arizona One of the towers of the lost ship Oil still bubbles from inside the hull ... some say the craft weeps for its lost sailors
Another view of the oil tears Waikiki at sunset, a few miles east of Pearl Harbor The Punalu'u Black Sand beach, a state park on the big island
A colorful resident of the beach Waves pound against the volcanic rock The not-so-intimidating reason for a local 'Beware of dog' sign
One opening of the Thurston Lava Tube, near the entrance to Volcanos National Park A volcanic crater along the aptly named Chain of Craters Road One of many desolate and haunting lava fields
A nene (Hawaiian goose) wandering through the park Coming out of the lava fields and looking over the cliffs seaward The steam emanating from lava flowing into the ocean
A blurry nighttime photo of glowing lava reaching the water in the distance Veronica lounges on a hammock in front of the Outrigger Keauhou Bay Ted enjoys a similar rest
Veronica in front of the bay, an excellent spot for snorkeling That is, unless a jerky fish decides to take a bite out of your ankle A boat takes you round the enormous Waikaloa Village resort (a tram is also available for the seasick)
A lagoon exchanging with the bay allows vacationers to swim with wildlife (hopefully not as wild as the pesky fish we encountered in Keauhou) A small portion of one of the resort's many extravagant pools Palace Tower, one of three gargantuan structures containing rooms at the hotel
Waikoloa Bay, offering great views beyond the resort The sun sets over Buddha Point, at the rear of the Hilton The sun slips into the Pacific waters
Ted relaxes on a lounge chair as the sunlight fades away The moon rises over Waikoloa Vroo and Ted pose with the adult male Atlantic bottlenose dolphin Lono
Ted offers up a few ounces of Lono's daily 34 pounds of fish Vroo feeds hungry Lono under the watchful eye of our trainer Britney Ted poses for a photo with the big cute sea mammal
And then he gives fish breath a kiss Vroo and Lono Dolphin love

 
Oil still bubbles from inside the hull ... some say the craft weeps for its lost sailors