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Please take a look at some of the recent photographic projects I have been working on.
Naturally these images are available as Stock or Fine Art Prints.
Enjoy!

DAY OF THE DEAD - SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE

The Day of the Dead is celebrated throughout Mexico on November 1st and 2nd of each year. This is a time when those that have passed away return to earth and spend time with the living. Shrines are set up in public places as well as in private homes and offerings of food, flowers and remembrances are ...

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A YEAR IN SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE MEXICO

My love affair with San Miguel started in 2005 and within a week my wife and I had bought a house! Since then I have photographed this wonderful historic town located in the heart of Mexico documenting many of the festivals and celebrations. The Easter Processions, Independence Day with dance troops ...

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GUANAJUATO, MEXICO

Guanajuato is one of the cultural centers of central Mexico and was once an active mining town. It is located an hour from San Miguel de Allende. The colorful town is full of outdoor cafes, University students, Colonial era churches, plazas, and galleries.

MINERAL DE POZOS

Minerales de Pozos is an old silver mining town that is experiencing a renaissance. Much of the town is still a mysterious crumbling ruin. The town has reawakened in the last 15 years and art galleries, boutiques full of Mexican arts and crafts, restaurants and hotels are manifesting. The ruins of ...

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BURMA - HIDDEN BEAUTY OF ASIA

The third time is the charm! I finally made it to Burma this past April 2012 at a very interesting time as Aung San Suu Kyi had won a seat in the fair elections and sanctions have been lifter after many years. Myanmar is changing fast so go quickly to see the traditional way of life of the Burmese. ...

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RAJASTHAN – ADVENTURES IN THE FAR PAVILIONS

It had been 20 years since last I had visited Rajasthan but finally I answered the call of the Far Pavilions. First stop was Jodhpur also known as the Blue City for its many houses of this color. The spice market their is a full sensory experience. I had dreamed about riding camels in the Thar Desert ...

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VIETNAM - TOP TO BOTTOM

Being a child of the sixties going to Vietnam was not only another photographic adventure but a psychological one as well. I was pleased to learn that the Vietnamese had moved on since the war, embracing the modern economy and held little resentment towards Americans. I starting my trip in Phu Quoc ...

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THE KHATOK MASKED DANCES & LITANG HORSE FESTIVAL

I have been exploring Tibetan regions since 1986 shortly after the Chinese allowed travel into Tibet. My latest adventure was to Kham in Eastern Tibet, an area that borders Sichuan Province. In a remote part of the Himalaya traditional Buddhist masked dances are still being held. The monastic center ...

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JOURNEY TO THE EAST – ANGKOR & LUANG PROBANG

Cambodia and Laos have long been on my list of exotic travel destinations. Recently I finally made the journey and was well rewarded. Angkor Wat is the world’s most extensive archeological site. The ruins are nestled in the Jungle and history oozed from the stones. Although the site has many tourists, ...

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