Dr. Denny Wilkins
Dr. Denny Wilkins professes journalism at a small, private university in the Northeast. He has climbed, hiked, kayaked, photographed, skied, and otherwise meandered aimlessly throughout the American West for decades. He has degrees in geology, environmental studies, and communication — and has tried to make use of them as a co-founder of the progressive cultural blog ScholarsandRogues.com. He’s broadly interested in how the world works and why it works that way. He hates writing, although he does like having written well.
… one of the first images I shot after buying my first digital camera. See larger image at 5280 Lens Mafia.
an old pickup along Route 93 in Nevada, USA, near a once-upon-a-time Pony Express station …
I’m trying a new photo-editing software — ON1. So far, the jury’s out on it. It’s not that intuitive (Denny says after two days), but the trial period is a month. So […]
Oh, my. Look at the dot. It’s blue. It’s representative of “one unified network,” says the chief marketing officer of Gannett, owner of the USA Today Network. The blue dot — and […]
Antarctica is cold. I learned that in grade school. The record is 128.6 degrees Fahrenheit below zero set in 1983. Did you know the southernmost continent is also a desert? I know […]
… in a woodland in western Massachusetts back home.