Although I live in big, busy cities at least once a year I need out. In April of this year I chose the Australian Northern Territories to scratch that itch. The Territories are much less popular than Sydney, Melbourne, or the center of the country. But they contain stunning scenery, an incredible chance to interact with Traditional Owners (often known as ‘aboriginals’), and a wild, independent attitude which is right up my alley. In fact, scientists have recently confirmed that Australia has been inhabited continuously for nearly 40,000 years. So if you’re interested in history, this is also about as
Surprise! I’m leaving Asia (for now) to move back to the US. I have big, messy, very mixed feelings about this move. Of course I’m glad to be closer to my family and oldest friends,
Hello again world! I’m getting the blog back on track. I’ve gone offline (uninentionally) for the last six months for many reasons. The biggest one is that I’ve had too much on my mind and
Surely you’re here for the photos? I hope so, since this is going to be mostly a photo post. But first: essential information.
One of the best, and hardest, things about living in a foreign culture is that I am forced to face many of my culture’s paradigms. Recently I read a fantastic Op-Ed in the New York
Either it’s the most recent zeitgeist, or I’m just running into the theme constantly because I follow a lot of travelers and travel photographers: quitting your job to travel full time seems like THE thing
I’m in the midst of a Konmari Method overhaul. I’ve pulled boxes and boxes of photographs from my shelves. There are hundreds here, dating back at least 15 years. And as I toss photo after