I have been involved in photography in one capacity or another for most of my life. I was an avid photographer who studied, albeit briefly, with Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind at RISD. I left photography as a profession in 1975 but have retained my passion. Over the years I have amassed a respectable collection of 20th century photography and, in recent years have resumed, in a quirky way, taking photos.
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- +JPG+ since August 2009
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10 Oct 2015 — 380 views
The small temple of Banteay Srei was caught in the golden hour which accentuated the elegant detail of the architecture.
3 Oct 2015 — 396 views
A walk through the Temple Complex at Angkor Wat as the Moon was Setting and the Sun Began to Rise.
19 Apr 2015 — 1042 views
The morning ritual giving of food to the Buddhist monks of Luang Prabang, Laos
24 Feb 2013 — 1972 views
A collection of images of the mountains in the fall around Cashiers North Carolina.
23 Feb 2013 — 1434 views
What would happen in some of the most famous biblical stories if large predators were running around loose?
16 Jun 2012 — 1852 views
The wildlife of the Galapagos Islands is largely unchanged from Darwin's time making it an etraordinary place to viisit and to photograph.
31 Oct 2011 — 2155 views
The Hotel Metropole in Brussels is a surviving masterpiece of the La Belle Epoque
27 Jan 2010 — 1473 views
A photoessay of a routine day at the Railway Station in Providence, RI.
22 Nov 2009 — 1346 views
A graphic color project showing the juxtaposition of color in the absence of context.
26 Jul 2009 — 3511 views
Wednesdays are markets days in Saint Remy. The streets are filled with vendors and an array of wonderful food and produce from Provence.
25 Jul 2009 — 1175 views
In Provence, France, a short distance for the town of Les Baux is a wonderful installation known Cathedral of Images.
Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?
A: Do you know?