Photos of Bermuda and information on my personal interests such as motorcycles, tropical fish, African art and travel This is an older website that is being kept online to provide access to the information it contains. Newer information is being posted elsewhere You'll find a variety of Bermuda photos on this site. Additional photos can be found at my SmugMug site (linked below) There is lots of information here on tropical fish and the aquarium hobby You'll find information on my fish collecting trips to Peru, Mexico and Malawi There is a profile listing my involvement in the aquarium hobby I have some of my articles posted, including those on Bermuda's killifish - Fundulus bermudae If you are interested in old aquatic books, you'll find a listing of those that I had in my collection before I sold them There are also photos of some old aquarium equipment that I collected I have a collection of African art that includes sculptures by the Shona master fine artists of Zimbabwe as well as a variety of other pieces. I have recently updated this section with photos of most of my collection. A couple of photos from when I was studying Goju Ryu karate The URL 'morefish.com' is available for purchase. Use the link on the left if you would like to contact me Visit the Motorcycle Section to see my classic 1980 Honda CB900 Custom, my 1973 Honda CB125 K5, my 1962 Triumph Tiger Cub and others (all now sold). There are also photos of other motorcycles in Bermuda and photos from my trips riding rented bikes in the United States. Me, with bike builder Billy Lane Travel is my passion. This page has links to photos from some of my older trips. My trips from 2012 onwards are documented on my travel log at bermudarover.com Information on the boats that I have owned, including a Sea Sprite 23 sailboat and a current Stingray Bowrider 17. I have now begun posting photos to my SmugMug site rather than on this site. For my more recent photos, check out my SmugMug site .
In 2014, I drove my Land Rover across Europe, Russia and Central Asia, covering over 22,000 miles and visiting 24 countries. That trip is documented on my blog - click here