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Cuba, part three of three

I've been back from Cuba for a little over a week though I am still living in a bit of a reverie. Time there had a different dimension. Spending 8 days completely unplugged from the cell phone and internet was a wonderful way to decompress. I was able to give myself...

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Cuba, part two of three

When faced with all new sights, sounds, and scents, it is easy to be overwhelmed and lose our way creating images. During my time in Cuba I had the immense good fortune to be traveling with world class photographers including my friend and mentor, Sam Abell. Perhaps...

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Cuba and community

I've been writing about community now for the last several posts. This past 10 days I have seen community in action on a grand scale. I've just returned from a photo odyssey in Cuba, where I was part of an amazing group of photographers participating in a marvelous...

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Crafting our lives, part 2

This is a continuation of my blog from last week about creating community. Thanks for checking back. As I have aged over these last 10 or so years, the idea of crafting my life became and has remained sharply focused. Perhaps it is perspective that is the gift of...

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How we craft our lives, part 1

I have a few excuses for not blogging for such a long time. (Teaching, leading tours, working, writing, too much time on airplanes, LIFE.) None of them is sufficient. But I've also been at a loss for a meaningful subject. It hit me three days ago at the end of an...

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a question of light

a question of light

I've just finished teaching two workshops on two coasts in two weeks. And too many times I heard myself say "look at the light"! After talking for seven or eight days you can get very tired of hearing your own voice. So now is the time for me to be quiet and think...

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sun, flowers, Lusitanos

sun, flowers, Lusitanos

The winter rains have given way to the glory of spring. I've had the great luxury of photographing beautiful horses in flowers and dappled sun these last two weeks. It is marvelous to be out each evening in the woods and pastures after what seemed like interminable...

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step by step to a textured image, with intent

step by step to a textured image, with intent

From time to time an image will rise that speaks to me in a different way. Capturing images, in camera, with little need of editing after raw conversion, is always my goal. I create photographs by bringing all of my intention to an image that I hope will speak to the...

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more driving from the Iberic Cup

I went back to Companhia das Lezirias for an hour or so this morning to photograph more driving. It was pretty amazing to watch the precision, power, and speed! Congratulations to all the competitors. I heard competitors from Belgium, Spain, and Portugal being called...

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The Beginning of Photography!

The Beginning of Photography!

Last weekend I was in Chalon Sur Saone, France, to visit the Musee Nicephore Niepce. It was an extraordinary experience…made more so because it was completely unexpected. To be sure, I had planned to visit, but the unexpected part was the breadth of history and an...

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some driving fun and a Presidential visit

It couldn't be too long until I had a post about horses, right? Today I photographed some preparation for the Iberic Cup championship in driving. Teams from France, Spain, Belgium, the US, and Portugal will compete this weekend for the Cup as they build momentum to...

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in the footsteps Van Gogh, Cezanne, and Bonnard

Long before I became a photographer I was a lover of art. The Impressionists were my first love and though I have expanded my list of favorites to include the renaissance and Dutch masters, modern expressionists and a number of great American painters, I continue to...

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