“…a bond that will never be broken nor a journey forgotten.” After my dad died in 1979 I’d think of him often. But it was always as my dad. Not recently. Now […]
I'm a former Marine and retired NYC Transit Police Detective. I offer a photo journal blog that is mostly about beach life, the wildlife and the semi-wild human denizens of the shore. I find the former can teach much to the latter.
“They say time heals, that’s a lie, time does not heal…” Retired Police Officer Henry Melchiona The sun never shines in the subway. So an on-duty Transit Cop never sees it unless […]
Guilty as charged. Allow me to shed a little light into a dark and mysterious recess of Nassau County, NY. The notice came in the mail informing us that we drove through […]
“When someone “takes a knee” they confirm America’s freedom…” When I turn on the TV in the morning it’s not without some trepidation. Will there be a new terror attack on a […]
I took two walks recently. The first came into vastly more focus…only after the last. I walked our Long Beach sands and life kissed my cheek with the softness of newborn down. […]
They worked in the path of violent death…where bullets do fly…and families do cry. The entire country witnessed the funeral of Det. Steven Mcdonald at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in NYC. Bullets fired […]
Shedding a little light on…”this realm of flesh and bone.” “Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” Albert Einstein from “Einstein and the Poet” by William Hermanns I think […]