• 90 Miles to Cuba

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    A sign in Key West reminds us of Cuba's close proximity to Florida.  So close, yet so far.
  • Acapulco Carousel (1/3)

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    Walking around Acapulco one evening (back when Acapulco was safe) I found a carousel with all the lights on—but no one around.  I checked my watch to ensure that I hadn't slipped into the Twilight Zone, and then shot away.  Image taken while cruising Mexico in our sailboat 2000.  #1 of a triptych.
  • Acapulco Carousel (2/3)

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    Walking around Acapulco one evening (back when Acapulco was safe) I found a carousel with all the lights on—but no one around.  I checked my watch to ensure that I hadn't slipped into the Twilight Zone, and then shot away.  Taken while cruising Mexico in our sailboat 2000.  #2 of a triptych.
  • Acapulco Carousel (3/3)

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    Walking around Acapulco one evening (back when Acapulco was safe) I found a carousel with all the lights on—but no one around.  I checked my watch to ensure that I hadn't slipped into the Twilight Zone, and then shot away.  Image taken while cruising Mexico in our sailboat, 2000.  #3 of a triptych.
  • Capesterre

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    Capesterre is a sleepy village on the southwest coast of Marie-Galante—part of the French overseas region and the island of Guadeloupe.  Coral reefs that have formed in the Atlantic protect its port and beautiful beaches.  Image made while sailing with friends in the West Indies.
  • Forgotten blue urns

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    Three long-forgotten, dust-coated, blue ceramic urns sit abandoned on a dusty table in the organ loft of the church of Saint John the Baptist  in the village of San Juan Bautista Suchix Hahuca. Old wooden candlesticks lie strewn about the table. A still life image caught in time. Bekki and I traveled to Oaxaca, Mexico, February of 2020 with my sister and brother-in-law who organize cultural trips to Central America and Mexico.  
  • Grand-Bourg Blue Shutters

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    Pastel blue shutters frame a white door with textured glass in the town of Grand-Bourg, on the island of Marie-Galante.  I often walk into these small towns with busy traffic and and run-down infrastructure thinking, "what am I going to shoot here?"  Finding shots like this is like a treasure hunt.  Image made while sailing with friends in the West Indies.
  • Leaning Windward

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  Only the larger islands are inhabited.  Coconuts are harvested on the smaller islands.  A lone coconut palm leans to windward over white sand and turquoise water.  Taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Naples Beach Afternoon, 2018

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    A wide stretch of white sand shaded pink in the setting sun at Naples Beach, Florida.  I took this image after Bekki and I had dinner in Naples.  Just walk Fifth Avenue west until you reach the Gulf.
  • San Blas Islands (1/2)

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  We sailed the archipelago for a month, snorkeling and exploring nearby islands. Rebecca painted this image, which is now in our home.  Image made while we were cruising the San Blas in our sailboat 2001.
  • San Blas Islands (2/2)

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  We sailed the archipelago for a month, snorkeling and exploring nearby islands.  Image made while we were cruising the San Blas in our sailboat 2001.
  • Shipwrecked (1/3)

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  We sailed the archipelago for a month.  One day we found this little round little button of an island with white sand, one palm tree, and a grounded freighter in the background.  So we decided to do a 'shipwrecked' triptych.  Bekki donned a dress.  I rowed her to the island in our dinghy, and then rowed away to photograph.  That's trust!  Images made while we were cruising the San Blas in our sailboat 2001.
  • Shipwrecked (2/3)

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  We sailed the archipelago for a month.  One day we found this little round little button of an island with white sand, one palm tree, and a grounded freighter in the background.  So we decided to do a 'shipwrecked' triptych.  Bekki donned a dress.  I rowed her to the island in our dinghy, and then rowed away to photograph.  That's trust!  Images made while we were cruising the San Blas in our sailboat 2001.
  • The Baths (1/2)

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    At 'The Baths,' located on the southern end of Virgin Gorda (which is part of the British Virgins) huge granite boulders lie on the beach creating natural grottoes which open to the sea.  Vertical image in a vertical / horizontal diptych.
  • The Baths (2/2)

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    At 'The Baths,' located on the southern end of Virgin Gorda (which is part of the British Virgins) huge granite boulders lie on the beach creating natural grottoes which open to the sea.  Horizontal image in a vertical / horizontal diptych.
  • Tropical Tan to Teal

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    The San Blas Archipelago, off the northeastern coast of Panama, is home to the Kuna Yala—an indigenous people that inhabit its 365 coastal islands.  We sailed the archipelago for a month anchoring at various islands, snorkeling, and exploring.  I love this shot because of nature's tropical gradients from white sand to sky blue.  Taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Useppa Walkway (1/4)

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    This beautiful walkway along the beach can be found on Useppa Island—a little-known island located on the northern boundary of Pine Island Sound in Southwest Florida.  Rising seas, around 4500 BC, disconnected Useppa from the mainland.  Among other historical facts, the CIA used Useppa as its clandestine practice site for the failed Bay of Pigs invasion.  Image #1 of 4.
  • Wrought Iron Twilight

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    Walking Panama City (Panama) one evening as the sun set, I came across this abandoned building just at golden hour, as the sun slipped below the horizon.  The combination of wrought iron railings and teal-colored tile arches formed an unusual color palette on the facade, with the decaying building behind it.  Shot while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.

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