Africa and the water

In an effort to remind myself of past travels, or at least noteworthy events, especially in a lazy, Spanish month of self-induced sedentariness, I’ve dug out a few photos of a yacht delivery from Cape Town, South Africa to Panamá. As I clean my patio for the tenth time, this has helped mitigate the mental… Read More Africa and the water

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Tenerife, et al…

For me, often photography is a paradox–the attempt at true representation of real life that at the same time requires a turning away, a distraction from the immediate happenings. You may, momentarily at least, and usually at the most beautiful moment, unwrap your arms from the warmth of another in order to mess with the… Read More Tenerife, et al…

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Madrizz…

Living in a city can at the same time facilitate bouts of loneliness and the occasional feeling of utter possibility.  Here are a few of my snapshots of Madrid, and as in any picture in an urban setting, each one is laden with personal meaning and also significance for countless other passersby.   I never… Read More Madrizz…

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El Hierro: A Roadtrip on the Smallest of Spain’s Canary Islands

  In La Restinga,  El Hierro, a seaside village at the southernmost point of Spain’s Canary Islands, it is a dismal day for fishing.  The wind is loud and piercing, shaking windows and whipping up choppy waves and creating seas nearly impossible to navigate. There is dust in the air and people run across streets, heads… Read More El Hierro: A Roadtrip on the Smallest of Spain’s Canary Islands

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