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April 14, 2019

Is it CGI or real life

Perhaps if you’re of a certain age, you’ve spent a few hours each year – most typically in the darkness of winter – submerging yourself in games like Skyrim or Witcher, letting your mind detach from the every day and instead sink into the warm emb...

March 17, 2019

It’s a small world after all

The brusque, heavy-set customs agent at the Dublin Airport peered at me dubiously.

“You flew all this way to visit Ireland for two days?”

“Well no, I just spent the last four in Scotland.”

She rolled her eyes and going forward I’d always identi...

November 18, 2018

Getting there is half the fun

"I've been here before," I thought to myself, "I've taken this picture before."

That sharp tang of deja vu salted my mind twice - once when, as I raised my camera, a Hindu ascetic covered his face with a bright orange veil and once as I watc...

July 1, 2018

Each city should be judged on its own merits.  Sometimes it’s a destination to itself.  Sometimes it’s simply a jumping-off point.  Anchorage, in many ways, is the latter.  Charitably, it’s a city in a great location with a quirky, if limited, downtown.  The local fjor...

May 26, 2018

This is the story of the almost mythic attempt to find Hardangervidda National Park.  This is also the story of Bryggen, the Hanseatic League, and Constitution Day. 

I arrived in Bergen, Norway with two unstated goals: the first to photograph reindeer.  As with man...

December 31, 2017

Prague was both an unusual trip and also the best I’ve taken.  Unlike parts of Western Europe, especially London where old buildings have been replaced by glass skyscrapers, almost all the very old architecture was still in place.  While there were aspects of cities li...

December 31, 2017

The interesting thing about the Andes is how dry they are.  I had heard about the Atacama, but I didn’t necessarily realize that the balance of the range was similar.  There aren’t any trees.  Spiky little shrubs are the extent of plant life and even that’s limited.  E...

February 4, 2017

Iceland is a land of extremes.  A journey through the countryside may lead to fjords, glaciers, and mountains that hide witches and sorcerers.  Or it may embody Reykjavik, the island's capital: a place that seemed nearly overwhelmed with loud American and German touris...

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