A bit more patience is needed

Ummm, Vanessa? Not quite yet. Probably in a few more weeks! ­čÖé We were doing our walk along the Ohio/Erie...

Ghostly impressions

Everyone has their thing, I suppose. My thing? Fog. The other day when I awoke, I noticed the dense fog...

Frosty mornings

Looks like the fall has finally arrived and with it, a bit of frost – even in unexpected places! But...

Good neighbors

I spent a pleasant few days in Santa Clara, California. I was attending a conference for work. I learned quite...

Cuba: Last + 1, now first

Well, I had planned to attend the Peter Turnley workshop in Cuba at the end December, but I took too...

A spot of color here and there

Well, some color has finally come to the piedmont. There are splotches of color throughout the forest, some yellows, some...

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This wasn’t the last picture that I took in Guatemala, but pretty close. This, I took after we returned from the lake. It was late at night, 10:13 PM, according to the timestamp. We had endured a grueling ride back…

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Lake Atitl├ín is a lake in a caldera. In this case, basically a crater between 3 volcanoes. It’s impressive and has a maximum depth of about 1,100 feet, or 340 meters! It’s, of course, a huge tourist attraction and especially…

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So, there we were walking down the streets of Antigua, Vanessa and I. We were nearing the end of a tour given by a friendly man named David who spoke a number of different languages including his native Mayan tongue…

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Of course I have no personal experience in carrying one of these displays; however, there are many faithful people willing to carry this burden through the streets to honor their religion. This is not lightweight work, as Vidal told me…

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The featured image in this post is probably one of my favorites that I took while in Guatemala. It all just worked, for me. The light, her expression, the moment. This was taken in at a shop named , Casa…