Monthly Archives: August 2016

Hand-Off

Where: Rochester, NY

 

 

Nascar-hand

 

One photograph can tell multiple stories.

 

 

In this image some would see the gesture of the hand as a symbol of incarceration, while others might see the despair of refugees.

 

 

And a few would correctly point out that it’s the hand of a Dad watching his kid at a little league game.

 

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To be Fair

Where: Costa Mesa, California

 

 

OC Fence

 

After finishing a round of golf with colleagues at Strawberry Farms I knew the light would be good in 30 minutes.

 

 

So I headed to the Orange County Fair.

 

 

As I was parking the light was just about perfect and then to my dismay, I was at the end of very long line to buy tickets and then there was another long security line after that.

 

 

I calculated that by the time I got in, the light would have gone out. While walking back to the car I saw this wonderful silhouette of a person exiting the Fair through a side gate.

 

 

So I still got my shot and didn’t have to pay…

 

 

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Land of Smiles

Where: Bangkok, Thailand

 

 

Flower Girl Bangkok

 

“Dano, why are all the people you photograph never smiling?”

 

 

Not true!

 

 

But for smiles, I seek to capture something genuine reflecting a person’s personality like this girl in Bangkok’s flower market.

 

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Vegas Brewski

Where: Las Vegas

 

 

Vegas Beer

 

 

Another trade show in Las Vegas.

 

 

This time I headed to Fremont St. after show hours.

 

 

 

 

 

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