Category Archives: Ruminations

When you live a long distance from your grandchildren, they don’t grow up gradually, but rather in spurts and starts between visits.  Each time you see them they’re different than you remember: the baby is suddenly a toddler, the grade-schooler is now a gymnast, or a soccer player, or a skater, and the high-schooler is […]

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I love to travel, especially to distant places where the language, the smells, and the culture are very different from home. And I love to photograph as I go, constantly looking for those unique images that I haven’t captured before. Most international tourists travel in the company of other people.  Whether you’re on a cruise […]

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  I love travelling and photographing far away places. As a digital journalist I’m always trying to “capture the moment” in new and unique ways, especially when it involves the culture and daily life of the people I meet along the way. What I’m not so passionate about is focusing my time and creative energy […]

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Today I turned 70 years old. That’s a big milestone. Okay it’s not a world record or anything, but it’s surely something to be celebrated, because not everybody makes it this far. Every milestone achieved represents another bullet dodged; it’s a feat to be welcomed, not regretted. If you’re really fortunate like me, it’s an […]

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As self-proclaimed Bucket List Adventurers (BLAs), Jana Kristin and I like to spend as much time as possible travelling to strange and exotic places for the purpose of photography.  Actually this is not exactly true…we’re always excited to travel, and we’ll shoot almost anything, whether it’s strange, exotic, or not.   We’re often asked to […]

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