• Gallery hopping along Santa Fe's Canyon Road, we ducked into a back courtyard for some cold, iced slushies. Against a side wall, a bench fused rusted iron into a patina of light green and deep teal.  I love the patchwork of sun and shadows playing on the stucco wall.
  • Useppa Walkway (4/4)

    $822.00$2,832.00
    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 near 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 #4 of 4.
  • Useppa Walkway (3/4)

    $822.00$2,832.00
    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 #3 of 4.
  • Useppa Walkway (2/4)

    $822.00$2,832.00
    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 #2 of 4.
  • Useppa Walkway (1/4)

    $822.00$2,832.00
    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.
  • San Blas Anchorage

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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. Walking the beach on one of these many islands, I looked up to see this ketch gently illuminated by the setting sun.  Shot while cruising the San Blas in our sailboat 2001.
  • Predictable title, but it's descriptive of the subject. This stack of plastic baskets in a Chichicastenango (Guatemala) market was piled indiscriminately in a jumbled mess. Not sure how you would find the just the right basket for you, but it was a fun shot.  Taken while we were cruising Central America in our sailboat 2000-2001.

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