Embrace the face

Usually, one of the first things that I do when I get a new camera is to turn off bells...

That’s heavy

The other day, I took the D700 out for a stroll with just the camera and a 50 mm lens...

Are you Cuban or Puerto Rican?

(Translated from Spanish) Man: So, are you Cuban or Puerto Rican? Me: Neither. I’m from The United States (note, not...

Guanajuato – First class all the way.

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned that there were no first class seats on the road to Dolores Hidalgo; however, for...

Picking chrysanthemums along the eastern fence, gazing in silence at the southern hills, the birds fly home in pairs, through the soft mountain air of dusk. In all these things there is a deep meaning, but when we’re about to…

I have been following a few photographers who travel a lot. This is not to say that they are travel photographers, but more photographers who travel. It’s not their profession. From the outside, it appears glamorous – you get to…

Today I was in need of an envelope. To the best of my recollection, they were in the closet with a few, as yet unpacked, boxes. The boxes contain mostly books and I’ve not unpacked them because I’ve not decided…

I chose those photo to go along with this post for a couple of reasons, but mainly because I really like the action in the photo and it was taken with a Nikon D40, 6 MP camera. I have printed…

This weekend, I took a quick trip down to Charleston with my friend James. Sometimes, I miss Charleston, especially the beach. Though I’ll be the first to tell you that I’m not a beach fan, I do miss the beach…