Lee Rentz Photography Weblog

While suffering from grief after loss of a loved one, I decided to head home via Amtrak's Empire Builder, which crosses America from Chicago to Seattle. On board, I found the...

Male Gadwall in a small arboretum pond I came to the Washington Park Arboretum to photograph colorful garden flowers; alas, spring seems to be a bit late this year, so I...

In Central Michigan, there is an Amish community that harkens back to America's 19th Century, where horse-drawn buggies share the roads with Chevrolets, and life takes on traditional rhythms.

Photographs taken with my iPhone, showing the sad story of discarded toys.

A rural field near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, is the site of the Flight 93 crash during the events of September 11, 2001. The Flight 93 National Memorial is a sacred place...

When I was a child, playground equipment was simple:  swings, slide, teeter-totter, and merry-go-round.  Like most little boys, I played hard on this basic equipment, swinging higher and pushing the merry-go-round...

Most of my photographs are straightforward views of landscapes, wildlife, small towns, or whatever else catches my eye ... sometimes, however, my work takes a step beyond, to where the subject...