Travel

A Great Northwest Summer

A Great Northwest Summer

A summer exploration across the great Northwest. Exploring the streets and clam chowder of Seattle, the musical works of Nirvana, the beautiful, blooming Butchart gardens of Victoria BC, and the rocky shores in between.

The Frozen Stateless and the Fire

The Frozen Stateless and the Fire

*Shot while on assignment for a global, faith-based nonprofit. They retain all rights. Sunsets on the Thaunggin Moei river are beautiful. As the sun sets in beautiful shades of red and orange, native Karen tribespeople wade across the shallow parts of the river holding worn backpacks and baskets above their heads. […]

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How To Survive the Ultra-Long Haul Flight

How To Survive the Ultra-Long Haul Flight

Recently, in a strange twist of debilitating fate, I had to take one of the longest flights in the world: John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) on Cathay Pacific Airlines. It clocks in as the world’s eighth longest flight at an average of 16HRs […]

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Lightning in the Heavens

Lightning in the Heavens

Somewhere over north Texas our airplane hugged the rim of a gigantic lightning storm in the clouds. A great light show: flashes of red and white popping in the clouds and turning them into massive Chinese paper lanterns. I pulled out my camera and started to click away, hoping to […]

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Ireland in Fall

Ireland in Fall

Sláinte! My wife and I have been fascinated by Ireland for years. Luckily her ancestors are from Ireland, which makes me an honorary Irishman… I think. We were married this last August and decided to go to Ireland for our honeymoon. The trip wasn’t intended to be a photo adventure, […]

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First Landing State Park

First Landing State Park

  I was sitting at Patient First, my primary care physician, with a gigantic bug bite. A bright, red, bulls-eye looking bump was now covering about half of my calf. The culprit? The doctor couldn’t say for sure, but we both agreed it looked like the Amblyomma americanum – otherwise known […]

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Entrance to the Oakland Historic Cemetery.

Dead Confederates in Stone and Brick

I decided to go on a little adventure. I found myself at the Oakland Historic Cemetery at sunset. It was built in 1850 overlooking then downtown Atlanta, Georgia. With graves dating back to the early 1800’s, many of them Confederate soldiers, the graveyard seemed too unique to pass by unexplored. The […]

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