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Notre Dame

Like many people around the world, I am saddened by the news of the great fire that has devastated the medieval cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris.   Though there appears to have been a lot of damage done, especially to … Continue reading

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Getting Hazed

I returned home last week from a week-long photography event in the Yucatan, Mexico.  It was my first ever trip to Mexico, and hopefully not the last.  (I went by airplane, so I guess I flew over the wall.) One … Continue reading

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Bent

Everyone knows about the pyramids of Giza in Egypt – the Great Pyramid of Khufu, plus those of his successors, Khafra and Menkaura.  These monuments of the Fourth Dynasty in Egypt’s Old Kingdom are renowned, but they were not the … Continue reading

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Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!!!

“Well – surprise, surprise, surprise!!!” I can still hear Gomer Pyle’s voice ringing in my ears as I think of that phrase that he seemed to say so often, and that’s what I kept thinking about last week after I … Continue reading

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Celina

I went to a workshop in eastern Utah last spring with two models.  One of them was a beautiful young woman named Celina. Here are some photos of her. I really don’t have much more to say than that.  Sometimes, … Continue reading

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Support

Venice is a city of many visual splendors:  Piazza San Marco, the Galleria della Accademia, countless narrow streets, elegant piazzas and quiet canals.  Naturally, however, Venice’s grandest sight is the great waterway that curves its way through the middle of … Continue reading

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The Mosque of Muhammad Ali

One of the most notable buildings in Cairo – perhaps THE most notable – is the Great Mosque of Muhammad Ali Pasha located in The Citadel.  It was built primarily between 1830 and 1848, and though located in Egypt, it … Continue reading

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Sitting on Top of the World

I began looking yesterday through the photos from Tibet that I made during my trip to China in the summer of 2016.  I had visited Tibet previously for two weeks in 2007, and though this more recent trip only took … Continue reading

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In Print: Elle Beth

So, we have once again come to the beginning of January, so I wish a happy new year to all of you. As always, the new year is a time of great expectation when we wonder what lays ahead during … Continue reading

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Sienna

I worked with the model Sienna Hayes this past August.  We had corresponded with each other for a while, trying to arrange a photo session together, and finally her schedule aligned with mine and we were able to set something … Continue reading

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