Category Archives: Photojournalism

Giving Thanks

This 4-5 year old is proudly wearing the uniform of the Uduru Parish preschool; hat and jersey/sweater using colors of the Tanzanian  flag, with a patch of the flag shown on the hat.  The jersey is several sizes too big … Continue reading

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Flash in the Pan

Now a ghost town, Rhyolite, Nevada was once a boom town teeming with get-rich-fast gold prospectors.  Gold was discovered nearby in 1905.  By 1908 there were 5,000 residents of Rhyolite, many employed by the Montgomery Shoshone Mining Company that invested … Continue reading

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Starbursts

Rivers of concrete flow beneath the deep canyon walls of Minneapolis’ skyscrapers; shops at  street level are in dark shadows long before sunset. Minneapolis’ IDS Tower, nearly 800′ tall, provides ever-changing reflections of nearby buildings.  In this photo, the sun … Continue reading

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Phone Service

I was taking a tour through the Curry Mansion Inn. up on the third floor where the billiard table and old steamer trunks rested.  In the corner, I found this old telephone, one of the originals in the house. What’s wrong … Continue reading

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El Capitan

One of the most popular rock climbing sites in North America is the 3,000′ shear rock face of El Capitan.  The granite monolith is an iconic figure of Yosemite NP of northern California. At 7:00 AM this road is deserted, … Continue reading

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Plow Horse

In an earlier blog, I wrote about a “working” farm.  This is it. Taken through a window of the tour bus, it is the neighbor of where the former picture was taken; i.e. outside the small town of Lapai, Lithuania. … Continue reading

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Key West B & B

William Curry, Florida’s first self-made millionaire, purchased this Key West property in 1852 and built a house on this site in 1869.  In 1905, the original house was demolished and replaced with the grand Georgian Revival mansion shown in this … Continue reading

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