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Ayutthaya was the ancient capital of Thailand and existed from 1350 to 1767. Millions of visitors travel to the temple ruins to witness a reminder of the kingdom that once existed and flourished in this area. This slideshow is an attempt to capture and portray the grounds as they exist today and provide a small [...]

The prints are matted, framed, and hung on the Salon walls with care…another set of prints are matted and sealed in vacuum bags. Books have arrived, information cards have been picked up, and the continual struggle to write a literate biography…is just that…a continual struggle. Two more days until the Art Walk in Fullerton. We [...]

During our stay in Jalama Beach, we decided we would take a nice long hike south, along the California coastline to Point Conception. Andree had done some research and found out by leaving the campground and heading south along the beach for 6 or so miles, we would find a small path that lead us [...]

Wow, it’s hard to believe that this is my 100th post for the new blog/website. I’m not sure I had 100 posts total with the last blog setup, I’m on a roll! The photo above is from Agra, on the road to the Taj Mahal, taken from our tour van. The skewed angle highlights the [...]

As I’ve recounted numerous times in the past, on my first trip to India I had significant issues dealing with the crowds, pollution, poverty, traffic, etc. So to me this photo is somewhat amazing. My brother-in-law (Sean) and I joined his cousin Sunny for an afternoon tour of Kolkata. After a long drive through the [...]

Another “deep dive” (ok, maybe today isn’t such a deep dive) in to one of the photos featured in “scenes of india“. Prior to heading to a new location I like to do research, identify interesting locations, customs, buildings, etc. in search of photo opportunities. When reading up on the city of Agra, you have [...]

A second deeper look in to one of the photos that make up “scenes of india“, a photographic journey through India. Jama Masjid is one of the largest mosques in India and sits in the heart of Old Delhi. The courtyard, partially seen in the photo above, can hold up to 25,000 people. The Muslim [...]

Over the next few weeks I will be profiling some of the photos from my first publications, “scenes of india”. The first photo profiled, Fishing At the Feet of God, is also the cover shot for the book. The photo features the Taj Mahal, as seen from Mehtab Bagh across the Yamuna River. The Taj [...]

I am pleased to announce the availability of “scenes of india”, a photographic journey through India. My first publicly available photography publication. Scenes of India explores the life and times of urban Indian life in the cities of New Delhi, Gurgaon, Kolkata, and Agra. 70+ black and white photos printed on premium photo paper with [...]

Temples of Ayutthaya, a collection of photographs from the ancient Thailand capital of Ayutthaya.

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