My work frequently takes me through Dubai, where I lived for two years. I still feel a great pang of sorrow and homesickness when the plane touches down at the airport. I saw many things about Dubai that casual travelers … Continue reading
I am embarrassed to admit that I don’t remember where I bought this little palm-sized drum. South Africa? Papua New Guinea? I have many of these crudely carved objects from my travels, because I was on a low budget, and … Continue reading
China, 1991. Everyday objects were made by hand, from common materials. The hard hats worn by construction workers were made from twigs or bamboo, bent while still pliable, and sewn together. When they harden, they are quite protective. They … Continue reading
Another in the series with my exciting “new” macro lens. Fungus on a branch.
I regret that I wasn’t a better photographer when I traveled through so many countries, in my 30s and 40s. For years I have been thinking about creative ways that I could interpret those journeys through the perspective of time. … Continue reading
Lance Creek, Chattahoochee National Forest, on Thanksgiving Day. Temperature in the high 60s, and lots of vegetation has died off, giving easier access to view spots on the creek. This HDR was created by layering and blending two exposures, with … Continue reading