Rose are red….but what if they’re not? Continue reading rosas sin color
They keep repeating the mantra “photography is all about light” and I’m slowing understanding this truth. Continue reading textures
I slept poorly, tangling alone in my sheets, but now I listen to the sounds. For the campo is never actually quiet. Continue reading the Life in the darkness
In any case, i found myself the proprietor of a large jar of sesame seeds. Continue reading honey sesame candy and hiking pichinca
It’s just mountain after mountain and twisted trees with a sort of raw beauty that I haven’t quite figured out how to capture yet Continue reading a journey into the wilderness
On my whole trip across the high Andean deserts, it was pretty much impossible to take a bad photo, so here are a few more I would love to share. Light from the sunrise hitting the red soil hills of the high bolivian desert. the tiny white dots in the distance are llamas I have … Continue reading Touching the sun
I feel that I’ve had the amazing blessing of getting to travel a good deal and see some very beautiful places. But now it takes something really stand out to leave me amazed. The Salar de Uyuni (Salt Flats of Uyuni) did just that. Some 16,000 square meters of land, covered with 6 cm to … Continue reading Beauty of the bizarre
So in Orouro, much like Sucre, Carnival is the perfect excuse to ambush random strangers, except that there they have evolved past simple water balloons , to super soakers and especially sort of shaving cream like foam spray. This mischievousness has escalated to such a degree that one of the first things I noticed was … Continue reading The Gringos fight back!
so i find myself again in Bolivia. im finding quickly its an understatement to call it a magical land, both of snow-capped peaked and deep Amazon jungles. I will be living here for at least the next three months, and although i am not really sure what this time holds in store for me, I … Continue reading back to Bolivia…Sucre!