Monthly Archives: November 2011

Have you ever visualized a scene for a shot when reading about a new destination? Then acted on it? Months ago when I was reading about Sri Lanka and planning my trip there, I kept thinking how awesome it would be to photograph a beautiful woman dressed in a traditional sari with an elephant on a […]

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Drive along the southern coast of this island, and you’ll see strange sticks standing in the water. Visit in the afternoon and chances are you’ll see fishermen casting their poles from these wooden perches. Prime positions are passed down through the family, and not public domain for any fisherman to use. This particular man was fishing […]

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What they need is a little peace… Floodwaters have submerged this sacred site and the rest of the city for almost two months now. Buddhist temples, historic sites, parks, businesses, homes are all under water from excessive rains that are reported to be the worst since WW2, hitting this particular area the hardest with 90 deaths. There are […]

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Days of the Dead altar, Yucatan, Mexico  Every year on November 1 & 2, people in Mexico and other Latin American countries celebrate Days of the Dead, or Dia Los Muertos, to remember deceased family members and their ancestors. Altars are erected to honor an individual with photos, favorite foods, beverages, momentos along with sugared […]

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