The day after. It seems like nothing was settled. The Democrats seem to have held the advantage in the House. The Senate is about equal. The presidency — oh the presidency — has the challenger leading, but not by much. The current president wanted to stop counting votes the minute the polls closed. He neverContinue reading “The Day After”
Travel. What does it mean? How do we do it? Normally it means going to a place other than your home. For some of us it feels like we move when we are done with a location. We moved to New Mexico after Hurricane Katrina. It was a good move. I always wanted to liveContinue reading “What Does It Mean To Travel ?”
The past. My journey through the past. A couple of you said that you’d like to look at my work prior to your arrival at Storyteller. Very cool. I thought that I would work from June and as far back as I could go. I made this photograph in downtown Los Angeles. California. 20 milesContinue reading
The long way home. After a long day driving upriver towards Baton Rouge on the Westbank’s River Road, I came to this little spot in the road. Blue hour coming. Dusk coming. Trains on one side. Power lines on both sides making great leading lines. What could be better? Actually, there are two River Roads.Continue reading “The Long Way Home”
Once upon a time. I spent a lot of time traveling in Asia. I live for a year in Shanghai, China. Between my comings and goings, I spent six years in Hong Kong. Long enough for me to have resident visa. I worked on a lot of big projects. Often, one project would take twoContinue reading “Summer Palace”
Road Trips. America. Coast to coast. City to city. That’s what these pictures are about. I was having a hard time thinking about what more to show you from my assignments collections. Then it hit me. I mentioned working for a lot of travel publications. Guide books. Trade books. Corporate travel companies. Brochures. Magazines. And,Continue reading “Out on the Road… Trips.”
Happy Sunday. What more can I say about this? Except that I wasn’t driving. Monday’s post will be a big one. You’ll see why. I think one of you already knows.
Rusted place. Really cheap gas. A region worth exploring. Just north of Baton Rouge on Highway 61. Scotlandville, Louisiana.
You might think that I stopped traveling. I still do. You might think that my work has turned dystopian. Sometimes. San Francisco, California.