A room with a view… Last month my family and I traveled to northeastern Arizona over spring break, and stayed at a unique lodge at Monument Valley that certainly deserved it’s name, The View. Built in 2008 on a sandy ridge, every room at this Navajo owned hotel features a balcony that faces the famous […]
Mexico’s Yucatan is filled with mysterious cenotes such as this one, Samula, located just 7km west of the Colonial city of Valladolid. These sinkholes are a result of rainwater repeatedly hitting porous limestone which causes the bedrock to eventually collapse and expose underground water and caverns. Many of these pools that are now used for […]
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?
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 […]