A land of contrasts.
A great day walking around with my cousins and mom in the fascinating 798 Art District.
Get used to it kids, because that’s the developing world and the cost of the modern lifestyle. But, what do I know?
A few days ago, my father and I (and the dog) went camping in the San Juan Mountains of south-western Colorado. We pitched camp in a north-facing alpine glen at about 11,500 feet. Now, I have been to higher … Continue reading
Writing articles, editing photos, prepping for a camping trip in the beautiful town of Ouray. Hope to get some good night shots in Yankee Boy Basin this evening before a front rolls in. Enjoying a latte at the Backstreet … Continue reading
I feel fortunate and honored to have been recently given a large commission for work by the Baton Rouge Area Foundation. Of course, I can’t put up too many images until they decide which they want to use, but I … Continue reading
“Sitting in the exuberantly idiosyncratic yard of his Jackson, Mississippi home, it became clear immediately that he felt that much of gardening “wisdom” could be wholly ignored. Felder began his little backyard lecture in iconoclasm thusly: “You know how … Continue reading
United Airlines’ flight out of Baton Rouge was canceled yesterday and thus my trip to Oaxaca was shortened a bit. But, I did take the time to repack and lighten my load somewhat. It was also a good time … Continue reading
There is a small number of quintessentially Louisiana things-to-do that I have yet to tick off of my list. That probably sounds pretty grandiose but it is sort of my job to ferret out and explore the treasures of … Continue reading
“George Herbert Mallory, a British mountaineer from the early 1920’s, when asked why he wanted to climb Everest responded that he was doing it “because it’s there.” Mallory was probably wryly praising the adventurous nature of the human spirit rather … Continue reading
My friend Luca and I made a huge loop through the deep south last week. It was a great trip and I got a lot of material for articles and book chapters. However, these photos document the more absurd … Continue reading