The Khumjung Monastery

“Can we go in?” A heavy, well worn curtain hung between us and what we so badly wanted to see. From inside the monastery came the distinct, exotic sounds of Buddhist prayer, chanting and the …

Spoons and Monk Fights

The Monk’s eyes went wild as I lunged across the table and tackled him. This peaceful man’s hands, unaccustomed to combat, fought my own in a desperate attempt to keep me away. Moments before he’d …

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Nepal Security Procedures

While we edit and prepare all our images from the last month in Nepal, we’ll post short stories written during our travels – quick, fun, journal entries for a few days until we have some …

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Vietnam Travel Photography

Travel Photography On the first day of my photography school, I had to stand up in class, introduce myself, and explain what kind of a photographer I dreamt of being. To this, I proudly stated, …

Croatia Travel Photos

Janine and I just returned from almost two weeks traveling in Croatia. For both of us it was our first time there and we found it an absolute joy. It is Europe without the masses, …

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2009 L’Eroica Photos

Simply put, I love bikes. The culture of cycling is a large reason I have chosen to live in Italy, for the roots run deep and rich. This past weekend we headed south to Tuscany …

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Iceland Quick Summary

10 days shooting in Iceland is a wrap and now we find ourselves soaking up some much needed sun in the Italian Dolomites. Iceland Summary: Wet, windy, always light (yet cloudy dark), cuisine challenged, full …

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Tuscan Truths

The word Tuscany conjures up many images, ideas, perceptions and perhaps even flavors. For the American it signifies a quintessentially Italian landscape, food and wine. Ironically, it is the same for an Italian. It is …