Monthly Archives: November 2010

Slowly but steadily, great gusts of wind and shifting dunes are changing the landscape and swallowing the once thriving diamond mining town of Kolmanskop.  It is one of my favorite places to wander in Namibia. You never know what you’ll see inside! Sand fills and shapes each structure differently, creating distinct personalities among the homes […]

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Deadvlei One of our favorite destinations!  Join us this coming April on an Overland Safari to explore various desert landscapes in southern Namiba. Photograph gigantic crimson dunes, gnarled camelthorns & cracked pans in the world’s oldest desert…quiver trees, grassy Kalahari dunes & rocky canyons.  Take aerial shots too, on a scenic flight over the Skeleton […]

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Last month I was in NYC for a few days, and took the opportunity to visit both the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. From Manhattan, that required a subway, bus and then a ferry… Ellis Island in the background Although my visit was very short (as I had a plane to catch home that […]

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Iceland is a photographer’s dream! We hadn’t planned to revisit so soon, but these landscapes are so stunning that we’re offering a shorter tour next August to hit some of our favorite highlights. Like hissing fumaroles & silica-encrusted blue mineral ponds in barren deserts…craggy lava & reddish ryholite mountains…giant waterfalls, glaciers and floating icebergs. We’ve […]

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