Some photographs are more about the journey than the place.
Mustard field, Provence. No wonder painters love this landscape.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota.
Washington Monument, The National Mall. Washington, D.C.
I trailed my daughter through Oljeto Wash on the San Juan River--and found her making these mud handprints on a rock, much like Ancestral Puebloans made handprints on the walls of alcoves.
We take our technology with us everywhere. Southern Utah.
Blue-footed booby, Galapagos Islands.
Headed home from market day in Salaron, central Sierra, Ecuador.
The telling detail can make you smile.
Sometimes a cool idea for a photo pops into your vision--and you pull it off. Ecotour horseback riders, Dominican Republic.
Tibetan innkeepers, Kagbeni, Nepal--high on the Annapurna circuit.
I noticed this reflection in the brass spoon on the table at the Maya Beach Hotel Bistro in Belize.
I once rented a rooftop flat in Lamu, Kenya. I spent a lot of time looking down into the neighboring walkway.
Clouds and joy in a glass of sauvignon blanc. Southern Utah.
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