• 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.
  • Amicalola Falls

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    We drove to Amicalola Falls State Park while visiting friends who rented a cabin in Ellijay, Georgia.  This vantage point of the 729-foot waterfall requires walking down 600-stairs to the base.  Going down is not the problem.
  • Appalachian Approach

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    We drove to Amicalola Falls State Park while visiting friends who rented a cabin in Ellijay, Georgia.  This image was taken on the trail from the lodge up to the falls.  Here you will find the southern terminus of the 2,200 mile Appalachian Trail.
  • Beaded Armbands

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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.  The only way to truly experience the islands is by sailboat, and we sailed them for a month.  Women wear mola blouses with patterned skirts, red and yellow head scarfs, arm and leg beads—as shown here.  I love the watch over the armbands.  Taken while we were cruising the San Blas in our sailboat 2001.
  • Beaded Mosaic

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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.  The only way to truly experience the islands is by sailboat, and we sailed them for a month. Women wear mola blouses with patterned skirts, red and yellow head scarfs, and arm and leg beads.  This intricate geometric beaded pattern needed to be hand strung, bead-by-bead, to display correctly on her small legs.  Image made while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Benito Juarez Market Peppers

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    Close up of a basket of red and green peppers for sale at the Benito Juarez market in Oaxaca, Mexico. This 3-foot wide basket of peppers completely covered the spectrum from green, yellow, orange, and bright red. 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. While the Benito Juarez Market isn't the only market in Oaxaca, it's a large and vibrant one with over 360 vendors selling ... everything.  
  • Blue man Tilcajete carnival

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    Prior to Ash Wednesday the village of Tilcajete, near Oaxaca, celebrates carnival with imaginative animal and creature masks in chanting, grunting, colorful processions. Here, a carnival celebrant wears blue face paint with a jaguar mask on top of his head, and peacock feathers fanned out behind his head. (I have a similar shot of his female companion.) 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.  
  • Blue Truck (1/3)

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    During one of our many trips to Maui we rented a car and drove the back road to Hana, along Maui's north shore—including its 617 turns and 59 bridges over 52-miles of mostly dirt road.  Off of a side road I spotted a make-shift junk yard of abandoned trucks.  Need I say more?  Also see 'Graffiti Truck' for another series of images from this shoot.
  • Blue Truck (2/3)

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    During one of our many trips to Maui we rented a car and drove the back road to Hana, along Maui's north shore—including its 617 turns and 59 bridges over 52-miles of mostly dirt road.  Off of a side road I spotted a make-shift junk yard of abandoned trucks.  Need I say more?  Also see 'Graffiti Truck' for another series of images from this shoot.
  • Blue Truck (3/3)

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    During one of our many trips to Maui we rented a car and drove the back road to Hana, along Maui's north shore—including its 617 turns and 59 bridges over 52-miles of mostly dirt road.  Off of a side road I spotted a make-shift junk yard of abandoned trucks.  Need I say more?  Also see 'Graffiti Truck' for another series of images from this shoot.
  • Blue woman Tilcajete carnival

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    Prior to Ash Wednesday the village of Tilcajete, near Oaxaca, celebrates carnival with imaginative animal and creature masks in chanting, grunting, colorful processions. Here, a carnival celebrant wears blue face paint with a peacock head dress. (I have a similar shot of her male companion.) 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.  
  • Braided Hues

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    My penchant for color attracted me to this stack of plastic braided ropes in a Chichicastenango market.  The red ropes on top punctuate the predominantly blues and greens underneath.  Shot taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • 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.
  • Cowbell carnival cacophony

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    Prior to Ash Wednesday the village of Tilcajete, near Oaxaca, celebrates carnival with imaginative animal and creature masks in chanting, grunting, colorful processions. Here, a carnival celebrant parades through the dusty village streets with his group of similarly-costumed friends. The cowbells strapped around his waist clang and and jangle as he grunts and dances. 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.  
  • Crimson Crosses

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    During an early morning photo walkabout in Huatulco, Mexico, I found a red church in full sun, with a shadow of the cross in the front of the church in close juxtaposition to the cross shaped window.  For Christian cross lovers (as opposed to Christopher Cross lovers).  Image taken while cruising Mexico in our sailboat 2000.
  • Curious Canoe Friends

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    Bahia Honda, Panama, became one of the most memorable anchorages of our Pacific cruise.  The howler monkeys on shore sounded like gorillas.  No photos of the gorillas, but these inquisitive boys paddled up for a look.  Bekki discovered from the boys that a small store was located at a nearby village—where she bought a cake mix for my 48th birthday.  Transparency taken with a Leicaflex while cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • 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.  
  • Graffiti Truck (1/2)

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    During one of our many trips to Maui we rented a car and drove the back road to Hana, along Maui's north shore—including its 617 turns and 59 bridges over 52-miles of mostly dirt road.  Off of a side road I spotted a make-shift junk yard of abandoned trucks.  Need I say more?  Also see 'Blue Truck' for another series of images from this shoot.
  • Graffiti Truck (2/2)

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    During one of our many trips to Maui we rented a car and drove the back road to Hana, along Maui's north shore—including its 617 turns, 59 bridges, and over 52-miles of mostly dirt road. Off of a side road I spotted a make-shift junk yard of abandoned trucks.  Need I say more?  Also see 'Blue Truck' for another series of images from this shoot.
  • 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.
  • Grand-Bourg Mural (1/2)

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    The town of Grand-Bourg on the island of Marie-Galante, which is part of Guadeloupe, showcases some amazing murals that most visitors don't even notice.  Painted on walls and buildings, framed by rusty roofs and chained link fences, I admit these murals can be somewhat camouflaged by the village.  Artist unknown.  Part of a diptych. Shot while sailing with friends in the West Indies.
  • Grand-Bourg Mural (2/2)

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    The town of Grand-Bourg on the island of Marie-Galante, which is part of Guadeloupe, showcases some amazing murals that most visitors don't even notice.  Painted on walls and buildings, framed by rusty roofs and chained link fences, I admit these murals can be somewhat camouflaged by the village.  Artist unknown.  Part of a diptych. Shot while sailing with friends in the West Indies.
  • Guadeloupe Fish Nets

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    Fishing nets laying on the jetty at the Grand-Bourg marina on the island of Marie-Galante.  Image made while sailing with friends in the West Indies.
  • Guatemalan belts (1/2)

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    More wonderful geometric patterns and earthen colors in these Guatemalan embroidered ... belts?  I'm not sure exactly what these would be used for.  Perhaps if the cord is worn out on the bell you ring the butler with.  This image works alone, or as a diptych with image #2.  Taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Guatemalan belts (2/2)

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    More wonderful geometric patterns and earthen colors in these Guatemalan embroidered ... belts?  I'm not sure exactly what these would be used for.  Perhaps if the cord is worn out on the bell you ring the butler with.  This image works alone, or as a diptych with image #1.  Taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Huatulco Fish Nets (1/2)

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    Fishing nets piled onto a beach in the town of Huatulco, Mexico on the Pacific Ocean.  Image #1 of 2.  Taken while cruising Mexico in our sailboat 2000.
  • Huatulco Fish Nets (2/2)

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    Fishing nets piled onto a beach in the town of Huatulco, Mexico on the Pacific Ocean.  Image #2 of 2.  Taken while cruising Mexico in our sailboat 2000.
  • Huatulco Siesta

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    Walking around Huatulco, Mexico, one afternoon, I turned the corner to find two men taking a sidewalk siesta in the afternoon heat.  This was one of those photographer moments when panic struck: can I get the camera up, shutter speed set, lens focused, and get the shot off before they stirred?  Yes!  Was it all that time behind the lens that paid off?  Probably not.  They were really zonked out.  (Or maybe a little bit of both.)  This is one of my favorite images from Mexico.  Image made while cruising Mexico in our sailboat 2000.
  • Inn at Loretto Adobe Geometry

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    The Inn and Spa at Loretto is located on the Old Santa Fe Trail, just southeast of downtown Santa Fe. The hotel's abstract geometric adobe block architecture, punctuated with brown metal gutters that look like wooden support beams jutting out from the walls; and the shadows from the morning sun, caught my attention.  
  • Kuna Canoe Guest

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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.  The only way to truly experience the islands is by sailboat, and we sailed them for a month.  They sell fruit, vegetables, and handmade mola textiles to the cruisers.  Women wear mola blouses with patterned skirts, red and yellow head scarfs, arm and leg beads, long black lines down the nose, and often a gold nose ring.  Taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • La Paz Waterfall

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    La Paz Waterfall, near San Jose, taken while cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • 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.
  • Maui Pineapple Fields Forever

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    Pineapple cultivation used to be one of the largest industries on Maui.  However, many pineapple businesses closed in the 2000s.  Although there has been a resurgence in pineapple farming with hybrid grafting techniques, scenes like this one from 2000 have largely disappeared.
  • Mayan Shaman (1/2)

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    While exploring Chicicastenango someone in the village informed us of a shaman couple that were performing a Mayan ceremony up on the hill.  Following a nearby trail, we found this husband and wife, and they allowed me to photograph them.  Husband and wife are a diptych.  Transparency taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Mayan Shaman (2/2)

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    While exploring Chicicastenango someone in the village informed us of a shaman couple that were performing a Mayan ceremony up on the hill.  Following a nearby trail, we found this husband and wife, and they allowed me to photograph them.  When I motioned to the husband to 'smile,' he lit up.  Husband and wife are a diptych.  Transparency taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.
  • Mayan Spirits

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    Wall of colorful Mayan textiles hanging in a market in Chichicastenango, Guatemala.  This image taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat from 2000-2001.  We rented a car in Guatemala City and drove to the city of Antigua and the surrounding area, including Chichicastenango.  I titled this "Mayan Spirits" not only because of the Mayan stories and themes embedded into this wonderfully colorful embroidery—but also because you can almost feel the ancestral spirits everywhere in this magical country.
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