Every time I pack for an international trip, the question of whether or not to bring my photography equipment is a fraught one.
A Grandfather Oak and an Oak Savanna
For years, artist Michael Kenna has wowed me with his photographic masterpieces from the great places of the world… Paris, […]
The YouTube Channels That Kept Me Sane During the Coronavirus Shutdown
As summer approaches, many parts of the country are opening up with the expectation that we’re beyond the first wave […]
Light Remembered: The Last Summer (2019)
The boat motored on with haste. After a full day of swimming, caving, and island hopping along Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, […]
A Call to Repentance
“…But let justice run down like water, And righteousness like a mighty stream.” – Amos 5:24, New King James Bible […]
Light Remembered: Winter at Crater Lake (2007)
“The herculean task of a photographer is to capture a momentary frame as beautiful in reality as it would be […]
7,500 Miles from Oregon to Cambodia
A simple, unplanned offer to help a family in a nation far far away. And a reason for me to move forward with a project on which I’ve long procrastinated.
How do you see your world?
What is the way you see your world? How do you view its landscapes, its people, its joys and its hardships?
What will you do to make it better?