Category Archives: Film

Photo Essay: Kashgar Animal Market

Kashgar, China, just south of Kyrgyzstan, west of Tajikistan and Afghanistan, near the Pamir Plateau, is a beautiful, dusty desert oasis town. And it’s old. Older than Paris. Maybe as old as Athens and Rome. The first recorded mention of … Continue reading

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Photo from the World: Scraping By

War is an ugly business, and sometimes in ways you might not expect. Pillaging and looting (though now we call it “trophy-hunting” or “trophy-keeping”) are a part of that. This cauldron in Xi’an, China was once completely plated with gold, … Continue reading

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Beautiful: Holga Wind

In preparation for a site redesign I’m starting to go through past work, to create themes and threads, and I stumble across something like this that just rocks my world. I forget how much fun it is to shoot with my … Continue reading

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Star Trails in Violet

This is my favorite mountain photo, by any photographer. I looooove that it’s mine. So what the hell’s going on with it, right? Here’s the thing…the Soviet Union did a great deal of experimentation in Kazakhstan. They did some social … Continue reading

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Hungarian Parliament

Day 2 of Architecture Week gives you a view of the Hungarian Parliament building from Castle Hill, across the river, looking through arches in the wall known as the Fisherman’s Bastion. One thing you get used to pretty quickly in … Continue reading

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