2 August 2015 This reflection caught my eye near California Scenario.
Date: October 18, 2014 Architecture is not one of my specialities — mostly because I am surrounded by houses, bland office buildings, and merely functional industrial buildings including the hideous Oakley sunglasses plant. But put me in an area such as downtown Los Angeles, where I find myself surrounded by the mountains of men, I […]
Date: January 2015 We were running to get out of a storm when I stopped to take a photo of the flag. This man with a dirty, sweaty shirt passed by. I took the shot. It was not meant as a social comment.
Date: January, 2011 I have mixed feelings about having taken this shot. On one hand, I think it is a fine composition. The unconsciousness of the man is contrasted by the indifference of those passing by. On the other, I can’t help but feel that I turned a living person into an object. Does this […]
Date: January 2001 I was a little scared photographing these two guards at the National Palace in Mexico City, so I sneaked up very quietly and took the shot. The National Palace is not only the capitol of Mexico, but also the location of a broad expanse of murals by Diego Rivera, husband of Frida […]
Date: June 13, 2013 We were in Miami for a Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance conference. By some stroke of luck, we were given a room on the 14th floor with this view of the city. I accidentally double-exposed it, but I don’t think it hurts the shot. The camera I used here was a […]