Random Images • The Jeepney

Photography is my obsession and when traveling the world often images just present themselves. Most are random impressions with little context but some seem to suggest at a self contained story. Still others leave me wanting to find out more about what I stumbled upon. Here’s a glimpse of just why we travel… In ManilaContinue reading “Random Images • The Jeepney”

Selected Images • Cathedral Of Cobh Ireland

Featured above is St Colman Cathedral in Cobh, Ireland. The Cathedral of St Colman, usually referred to as Cobh Cathedral, or Queenstown Cathedral from the previous name of the town. It is a single-spire Roman Catholic cathedral built on Cathedral Place, and overlooks Cork harbor from a central position high above the town. It wasContinue reading “Selected Images • Cathedral Of Cobh Ireland”

Todays Featured Poster • Nan Lian Gardens, Hong Kong

Nan Lian Gardens is a traditional Chinese garden situated in the heart of Hong Kong. This garden is an oasis circled by Hong Kong’s high rise towers and is open to the public with no admission charge. The garden features koi ponds, classic architecture, interesting historic exhibits, beautiful plantings and pleasant walking paths. A greatContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Nan Lian Gardens, Hong Kong”

Selected Images • Machu Picchu At Last

After five years of failed attempts we have made it to Peru and Machu Picchu. It is even more amazing than we thought possible. Lots of images and discoveries around Peru and Ecuador to follow… Join us as we visit historic treasures, natural wonders and vibrant cities set against backdrops that are endlessly changing andContinue reading “Selected Images • Machu Picchu At Last”

Selected Images • Two Tutus

A shop window in Stavanger, Norway just begged me to shoot. Who can resist 2 tutus hanging in a window underneath a row of chandelier crystals? Also reflected in the window is a wall across the street covered in graffiti art along with a “do not enter” sign. Join us as we visit historic treasures,Continue reading “Selected Images • Two Tutus”

Selected Images • Old Quebec

Old Quebec is a historic neighborhood that’s part of Quebec City, Canada. Comprising of the Upper Town and Lower Town they are connected by a funicular (pictured above). The area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and famous for galleries, French restaurants, scenic streets and markets. Join us as we visit historic treasures, natural wondersContinue reading “Selected Images • Old Quebec”

Selected Images • The Bahá’í Gardens

The garden pictured here are only two terraces of a total of nineteen in the Bahá’í Gardens in Haifa. These Gardens, located in the center of Haifa, are made up of a total of nineteen terraces extending all the way down the slope of Mount Carmel. The golden-domed Shrine of the Báb, the resting place of the Prophet-Herald of the Bahá’í Faith, standsContinue reading “Selected Images • The Bahá’í Gardens”

Legends Of Photography

And Their Photographs I’ve spent much of my life in photography including an education in photography, photographic science and bio-medical photography. Even before that I was exposed to photography through visiting exhibits like the Museum of Modern Art’s photographic exhibit “The Family of Man”* and working with my father in his darkroom. In the NavyContinue reading “Legends Of Photography”

Selected Images • The Castle On The Hill • Wurzburg

Standing high above the town of Wurzburg, Germany is Marienberg Fortress. Located on the left bank of the Main river in Würzburg, Bavaria the Fortress is a symbol of Würzburg and was the home of the local prince-bishops for nearly five centuries. The location has been a fort since ancient times. Join us as weContinue reading “Selected Images • The Castle On The Hill • Wurzburg”

Today’s Image • The Shetland Light

Looking back through thousands of images from oceans and countries around the world it struck me that I’ve taken a lot of pictures of light houses. I believe the attraction is their linked relationship with both land and sea but also because they often stand as isolated and lone sentinels reaching out to guide shipsContinue reading “Today’s Image • The Shetland Light”