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Photographer Profile: John Cornicello

Alright. The road trip through Central Europe is over. The Salzburg Half-Marathon is run (with a new PR!), and I’m ready to get back to my profiles. John Cornicello and I met a couple years ago through Mike RussellĀ over a … Continue reading

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Photographer Profile: Laura McCarthy

I met Laura McCarthy a few years ago in Athens, Greece. She was a teenager with a passion for photography who was visiting her aunt, who worked with my wife. Her aunt knew that I both gave photography lessons and … Continue reading

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Portrait of a Phobia, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan

BH Neely for US Dept of State With this photo, I’m launching a new era in my blog – weekly themes, that are planned ahead, well-thought-out, and hopefully carry some sort of story arc. To put a period on the … Continue reading

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Press Officer Still Life, Kandahar, Afghanistan

My friend Mireille (I'll tell you how to pronounce it later, give you a chance to work through it) and I were stuck at the military base at the Kandahar Airport. We got bumped from what would have been an … Continue reading

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Sammy, Shoestring Gorge, Kyrgyzstan

I had a red 4×4 Nissan Patrol turbo diesel that I loved. I loved it so much I named it after Sammy Hagar, who in the 80's you'll recall was known as The Red Rocker, because he always wore red … Continue reading

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