Jordan Revisited

Every so often, I will browse a catalog of my photos years after I made them. Last week I chose to revisit my 2012 trip to Jordan in the middle east. Besides the wonderful memories of the weeks I was away, I actually found several images I had skipped over and never processed when I […]

Big Bend, Texas and the Lizard

Lizards are native to the Texas desert, I’m not. I’m native to Brooklyn, NY. So what’s this Brooklyn transplant to Boston, doing wandering the desert in the middle of the winter? It’s hot out here. I know, but I just wanted to see The Lizard. The story goes that a giant Lizard lives west of […]

The Texas Night Sky Part Two

Happening upon a long dark road, down a twisted dusty bypass, a strange, unusual confluence of place and time, shift into a single event. When an abandoned phone booth and a fire hydrant ignite at once, with an eerie glow of supernatural origin, lasting only moments, maybe seconds, before they flicker back into the darkness, […]

The Elves of Iceland

They don’t always like being called Elves, some of them consider themselves Fairies. The Elves do not like to be compared to Santa’s Elves; because they are nothing like those little guys. They have been here in Iceland for many centuries, arriving long ago to protect the ancient lava fields from being destroyed or exploited […]

The Sony Generation

As a dedicated Canon shooter for the last 25 years and “digitally” since the Digital Rebel was released over 10 years ago, I have loved working with my Canon equipment. Every time a new upgrade is released, I can’t help but get it. The last major purchase for me was the Canon 5d MkIII and […]

A Quiet Place, A Good Start

  I sometimes wonder why I start my trips with a visit to a church. I am not religious in that regard. I find they are always beautiful spaces and it always feels good to walk into any religious center and just feel the vibe. Mosques, Temples, Synagogues and forests work equally well. New Zealand […]