Monthly Archives: December 2015

Beauty Found: A Story of Coffee

Coffee is a finicky shrub. A heartless, haughty crop. It needs constant care, regular attention. Like a teenager its nature is temperamental, demanding, quicksilver but within lies hidden flashes of deep beauty which I only found once I got past its drama and went looking for it.


Minion Malarkey

They are everywhere on the streets of Asian Cites. They go by several names – tuk tuks, auto-rickshaw and bajaj to name a few. Assuredly noisy, sometimes reckless and frequently belching diesel fumes. These characteristics are common to the species no matter where they are found. The minion like versions above are Delhi’s offering to […]

The Other Tiananmen Square

When I think of Tiananmen Square one image comes to mind.  A grainy image of a single man. Somewhat thin, no doubt trembling. In a white shirt, with longish hair standing alone in front of a military tank. Making a moment in history. I don’t recall the first time I saw that iconic image from […]

….or 854 To Be Exact

They say a picture is worth a thousand words but often I believe it’s the other way around.  Its a picture that evokes a thousand words  and while picture can tell a story, that story is heard differently by each viewer. Only words can bring to each viewer the unique experience of the photographer. That person behind the lens […]