Monthly Archives: April 2017

Mail Called

Where: Lisbon, Portugal






Sometimes the simplest of images can tell in-depth stories about a location.

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Wheat Shield

Where: Katwe, Myanmar





While driving through areas of rice paddies on the way back to the ferry crossing across the Yangon River, I saw several workers threshing wheat on a make shift rig.



By shooting through the flying debris, I was able to create a sense of diffusion in the otherwise harsh light.


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Tea Time

Where: Yangon, Myanmar





I don’t know why adults have tea on the streets of Yangon while sitting on children’s furniture, but it sure makes for interesting pictures.

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Top That

Where: San Fransisco, CA





I’m always looking for new ways to illustrate the hilly streets of San Fransisco.



The grade of the street in front of me pushed the painted letters of STOP up towards camera. It was interesting but not enough to make it a real picture so I waited for people to walk by for some scale.



And with people the scene was not still not that interesting until a couple with a small child made their way across the street. The Father bent down to help the child with the curb and that gesture turned the scene into a meaningful picture. That gesture also created a bonus, with the incongruous TOP due to his body blocking the S.



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