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Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

At the tail end of our trip to Puerto Rico, we spent one night in Old San Juan. Although it’s known for being a touristy cruise ship port, San Juan’s charming mix of influences (Spanish, Cuban, Italian, and Caribbean) and colonial history easily make up for its short comings. I found it to be a lovely, little town with… Keep Reading

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Slice of Life

October 2012 Over two years have passed since I took these images. My backlog of photos has reached such epic proportions, I’m not even sure where to begin — but I wanted to post these before I share the latest pictures we shot this fall. It’s astonishing how much these children have changed in such… Keep Reading

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American Southwest: Horseshoe Bend

I was walking through the mall a few weeks ago and stumbled upon a kiosk of large scale photographic prints. The first image that caught my eye was one of Horseshoe Bend. It’s one of those places that seem completely iconic but also strangely under the radar. I’d only learned of it a year or… Keep Reading

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The State of Things

As usual, I’m late to the party… so Happy Holidays, Happy New Year and Happy 8th Blogiversary to me! It’s always surprising when this site survives another year, especially with my irregular posting schedule. Blogging is in such a state of flux right now; some claim it’s dead but I’m betting it’s only a matter of evolution. I can’t speak for the… Keep Reading

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Scout: Bronze Cafe

Every year, without fail, I’m asked by a handful of visitors, “Where should we eat while we’re in Las Vegas?” And as if by the powers of association, my mind starts spinning like a slot machine with all of the possibilities. “Strip or Off-Strip? How much money do you want to spend? What type of food… Keep Reading

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