Category Archives: Photojournalism

Tiny Bubbles

“Tiny bubbles, … in the wine,                                                                      … Continue reading

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Log Jam

Taken along the Platte River in mid-summer, this is a visual definition of a logjam. Heavy rains or rapid snow melt upriver washes fallen trees and other debris down stream.  Acting like strainers, bridge abutments collect the trees, sometimes blocking … Continue reading

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Finland’s Presidential Palace

  On July 16, 2018, US President, Donald Trump met with Russian President, Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.  They met in Finland’s Presidential Palace, shown above. I stood across this narrow canal in August, 2017 and took this photo.  Not because … Continue reading

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Learning to Count

A bright young girl in Uduru Lutheran Parish’s preschool shows the teacher she can count to 100.  Located near Moshi, Tanzania, this typical preschool relies on the church, volunteers and donations to prepare their youngsters for primary school. The four year … Continue reading

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Holy Shrine

I’ve been working on low light shots.  Getting sharp focus is a challenge, and this one could certainly be improved.  More patience would help, taking the time to raise the mirror, zoom in and manually focus.  Practice, practice, practice. This … Continue reading

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