Some people shouldn’t be allowed…

…to have pets. This fella caught my eye when I noticed he kept yanking on the leash whenever he felt his tiny, cowering dog would not keep up the pace. I tried to catch him in the act of yanking the leash, but you can tell in these two images the dog was trying toContinue reading “Some people shouldn’t be allowed…”

Down and Out

These are scenes that seem to never end here in downtown Reno. And with warmer weather around the corner, this promises to get worse with an increase of transients passing through town looking for those free services. A new shelter with 300 beds recently opened just in time. Time will tell if people will useContinue reading “Down and Out”

A sign of warmer weather is upon us…

…when the Parks and Recreation crew hang the flower pots along the Riverwalk and along the path in Wingfield Park. The pots will be watered weekly and the flowers will end up hanging down over the edge approx 6 feet by season’s end. I’m always surprised that, by season’s end, vandals haven’t decimated the pots.Continue reading “A sign of warmer weather is upon us…”

Activities on and around the river…

Even though the weather was atrocious today, cold and rainy with the occasional snow shower, there were a lot of people out enjoying the fresh air. The following are a few of the images I shot while on my own fresh air walk. From a bicycle gang (yes, a gang from Gilroy, CA wearing theirContinue reading “Activities on and around the river…”

City Workers were busy sprucing up the downtown area

City workers were busy pressure washing sidewalks and sculptures and laying down a protective concrete coating on the sidewalks and bridges today, hopefully in anticipation of things to come. Our usual downtown events and celebrations following a year of isolation

Someone’s having a meltdown…

I photograph just about everything. The good, the bad, and sometimes the ugly. I photographed a suicidal man a few years back as he jumped from 5 story parking garage onto the pavement below. Needless to say, he didn’t survive. An event that still haunts me to this day as I walk past the spotContinue reading “Someone’s having a meltdown…”