Scott Sheridan, PhD
Kent State University


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Combine my two favorite interests of travel and photography, being a geographer, and add having a professional photographer as my father, and you can see where the impetus for taking photos comes from. You can see some photos from my travels by clicking on one of the links.

Nova Scotia (2019) ... Sweden (2019) ... Michigan (2019) ... Sweden (2018) ... Black Hills and Badlands (2018) ... Italy and Malta (2018) ... England and Wales (2017) ... Japan and China (2017) ... Sweden (2017) ... Saint Martin (2017) ... Faroe Islands, Denmark, and Netherlands (2016) ... California Deserts (2002, 2013, 2016) ... Cuba (2015) ... Brazil (2015) ... France and Belgium (2015) ... Sweden and Norway (2014) ... Field experience: Portugal (2014) ... England and Wales (2013) ... Glacier National Park (2013) ... Spain (2012) ... Ecuador, including the Galapagos (2012) ... Yellowstone and Montana (2012) ... Costa Rica (2012) ... New Zealand and Fiji (2011) ... Peru (2011) ... Seoul (2010) ... Bermuda (2010) ... Romania and Moldova (2010) ... Colorado (2005, 2009, 2010) ... Geneva (2009) ... Italian Switzerland (2009) ... Berlin and Poznan (2009) ... Turkey (2009) ... German Alps (2009) ... Provence (2009) ... Budapest (2009) ... Cinque Terre (2009) ... Rome (2009) ... Marseille and Avignon (2009) ... Puerto Rico (2008) ... Japan (2008) ... Iceland (2007) ... Belgium (2007) ... Finland, Estonia, & Russia (2006) ... Bavaria (2005) ... Egypt (2005) ... Costa Rica (2004) ... Isle Royale (2003) ... Germany, France, Switzerland (2003) ... St. Lucia (2002) ... Mexico (2001) ... Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria (2000) ... Greece (2000) ... Spain and Portugal (1999) ... Australia (1999) ... Hong Kong (1998) ... Ireland (1997) ... Great Lakes road trip (1997) ... Europe by train (1996) ... Maine and the Atlantic Provinces (1993) ... Britain and Iceland (1993) ... Road Trip USA (1991) ...

I've always loved biking, but in the last few years I've aspired to be a year-round bike-commuter. With a 13-mi (21-km) one-way commute, it's not always practical, but i's liberating to have cycling as a primary mode of transportation.