The sheltered cove was not the end and the journey was not yet done, but in the sun cast rust colored waters of this brief sanctuary, the river rest
I thought I had it all figured out. I guess at one time I did, or I guess at one time I thought I did. Have it all figured out that is.
Several of my shots featured on the cover and inside of Curbside Splendor’s June eZine.
A old naval cemetery overlooking the Indian Ocean in Simon’s Town South Africa.
What’s more important? Can one pick and choose between the two?
Several of my shots featured on the cover and inside of Curbside Splendor’s November eZine. The good folks over at Curbside Splendor always do a great job with their…
Aligning with WordPress’s Weekly Photo Challenge’s theme of eerie, here are several black and white photographs of an etching on a prison cell wall in Vietnam.
“The endless light of the night sky, the brilliant blaze of a thousand suns compressed to a tiny dot, our intrepid adventurer stared fearlessly toward the horizon.”
A silent and serene night on the riverbanks of Hiroshima’s Peace Park.
A few black and white shots on a dreary February day from Gion, Kyoto’s famous Geisha district.