Monthly Archives: June 2012

Red Scarf, Stone Town, Zanzibar

My work is gradually moving further from literal photography into more interpretive ideas. Texture layers play a big part in that. I want scratched, distressed, aged looking photos. In this one, for example, I wanted something more or different than … Continue reading

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Red Scarf, Stone Town, Zanzibar

My work is gradually moving further from literal photography into more interpretive ideas. Texture layers play a big part in that. I want scratched, distressed, aged looking photos. In this one, for example, I wanted something more or different than … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Buddha

The Buddha’s birthday is traditionally celebrated on the first full moon in May. By happenstance, I was in Nepal for that auspicious occasion, at least on the second day of the full moon. I missed the big celebration, but as … Continue reading

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Taj Mahal Reflection, Agra, India

When I went to the Taj Mahal, I was looking for that view that I’d never seen before. I’m happy to do touristy snaps, but when I’m making Photography, or worse yet, Art, touristy snaps aren’t on the menu. And … Continue reading

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Flowers, Chele La Pass, Bhutan

I see flowers, and I make a picture – I don’t know how to describe it, but every flower I see needs to be photographed. Sometimes it’s not possible for one reason or another, but even when I’m just walking … Continue reading

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