Kingsley Plantation, located at the end of a long dirt road on the remote Fort George Island northeast of Jacksonville, Florida
Kongo attended a National Geographic Photo Workshop in San Francisco last weekend. This is a review of the workshop.
Kongo just finished a 4-day Photo Workshop in San Francisco with National Geographic photographer and photo legend Joe McNally. One of
So the monkey has been away for awhile. It’s nothing serious (or maybe it is). There’s been way too much
After two weeks of family guests and three grand girls sitting on laps, the monkey and Mrs. Kongo needed a
If you haven’t visited the new Tiger Trails exhibit at San Diego’s Safari Park you’re missing out. Big time. Kongo spent
On the way home from Thanksgiving in Los Angeles, the monkey and Mrs. Kongo were breezing along Friday morning, well
There’s something about piers. If there is one on a beach it becomes a destination. Those who like to walk
So, you have to give it to Mrs. Kongo. She has a creative mind and during the holiday season she
Parkma is a made up word invented by Mrs. Kongo to describe her uncanny ability to always find a good
A young tuba player’s image is reflected in his instrument. See more refractions at the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.
On Monday Kongo visited some cenotes in the middle of the Yucatan peninsula. Cenotes (pronounced SIN-oh-te) are sink holes where