Monthly Archives: November 2016

Oh, election day! Amid all the stress, we are reminded to take a moment to be silent, to pray or meditate. These monks sitting in the long tangled roots of a tree look so serene. Let’s hope they’re praying for world peace. Do you recognize the temple? Where in the world was this photo taken?

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When I visited Juneau, Alaska in August, I knew that I wanted to photograph the Treadwell Mine Salt Pump, a ruined structure that sits in the water between downtown Juneau and Douglas Island. Reading about the historic mine and seeing pictures of this unusual structure intrigued me. So I planned out my shooting times and itinerary before […]

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  Whenever Día de los Muertos rolls around, the Mexican Day of the Dead celebrated from October 31-Nov 2nd, I think about the Yucatan, my favorite part of Mexico. Hoctun, about 15 minutes from Izamal, is likely the most colorful cemetery in the Yucatan. It’s worth the short drive to walk through a cemetery this time […]

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