Month: December 2014

Raise your glass and be upstanding …

… and say farewell to 2014. To friends, family, blog followers and everyone who gave any of my images a ‘like’, I send to you my very best wishes for a fun farewell celebration to this year and I hope your 2015 is the year in which your dreams […]

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Little Buddha

While all other eyes were fixed firmly on Lahaina’s famous Giant Buddha, I found this Little Buddha. Hidden in a recess and overshadowed by it’s big brother statue, sat this little carving (or casting). With a hint of of a smile and a dramatic sunbeam spotlight, […]

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Dali-esque Stairs

When I got to the top of the stairs and looked down, I thought the staircase resembled a Salvador Dali painting. It was recognizable as a staircase, but the bannister was strangely warped and pulled out of shape. Other than some basic contrast adjustments, the image has […]

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Lady in Pink Sari

I look up from the courtyard where I was sitting and there she was, walking left to right across the terrace above me.  A fabulous blaze of pink sari framed by equally fabulous architecture. Location: Udaipur, India

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King Penguins

In a sea of King Penguins I spotted these guys standing at attention. Second in size to the Emperor Penguin, King Penguins are  70-100 cm tall and weigh 11-16 kg (24-35 lbs).  King Penguins breed on the subantarctic islands at the northern reaches of Antarctica, South Georgia and other […]

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Christ The Redeemer

A collaboration in 1931 by a French sculpture, a French engineer and a Brazilian engineer resulted in a 125′ (38m) Christian monument on top of Mount Corcovado. It is a globally recognized icon and instantly geo-tags any image as Rio de Janeiro. Looking to get a different capture of one of […]

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Instant of Time

My favorite photography quote. Courtesy of pioneer photographer Dorothea Lange. Dorothea was born in 1895 to German immigrant parents in Hoboken, NJ, and was educated at Colombia University in NYC. She was influential an documentary photographer and photojournalist and is best known for her Depression-era work. Her photographs humanized […]

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Tabular Iceberg

This is a tabular iceberg. Magnificent, yes? Tabular icebergs are also known as ‘ice islands’. The largest icebergs in the world are formed this way. Location: Erebus and Terror Gulf, Antarctic Peninsula

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