My name is Scott Randall and I am a retired civil servant having spent 32 years working for the U.S. Dept of the Navy. I enjoy music (and try to play the acoustic guitar), golf, skiing, travel, and more recently photography. Although I have “dabbled” in taking pictures over the years, I have gotten more into it since I retired and have somehow accumulated much more photography “stuff” than I ever thought possible.
I started this blog after a trip to South America and it has been a great place to share our travels to Europe, India, Alaska, the South Pacific, Africa and many places within the US of A. You’ll probably notice that I love photographing wildlife and we have been privileged to see and photograph a wide variety of incredible animals in their natural habitat all around the world. I also enjoy candid “people” photography and interesting landscapes so you might see some of that mixed in between the creatures. Who knows, I might even record some of my “significantly less than professional” guitar playing and post it here some day (listener beware).
I’ve been astounded by the number and diversity of the visitors the blog has had and completely blown away by the number of folks that “follow” these pages on a regular basis. I thank you all for your interest and support. Our list of places (and creatures) to visit never seems to get any smaller so I hope to be able to keep sharing interesting sights and experiences with you all.
In any case, I hope you enjoy your visit and I look forward to any feedback you may have on the blog, my photography, or anything else that may strike your fancy.