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On the train to Sacramento, CA
Yosemite Clearing Storm
Yosemite Ghost Trees
The doctor's office, now decaying in the abandoned Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia, a fascinating part of our heritage and how we once considered what was thought to be insanit
The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia, now deserted, but part of a fascinating history of our country.
Portrait of the late Geshe Gyeltsen, a venerable lama, at a Tibetan rally in Los Angeles, CA.  The first time he met me, he exclaimed, "You're tall!!"  R.I.P. Geshe, and thank you for everything.
Santa Monica Glow Festival, with lights dancing on a happy kid.  This looks altered, but actually, no...but I didn't know exactly how to categorize this odd looking photo.
One of the magical parts of traveling is making new friends -- even if you can't speak their language.  This group of holy men and I met while we were walking to a Hindu temple several hours up the mo
The Light Of Hope.  Candlelight vigil for human rights in Tibet.
Praying while honoring the sea.
A Tibetan man at a candlelight vigil for human rights.
Two locals in the tiny pueblo of San Pedro de Atacama, located in the high northern desert of Chile by the Andes Mountains, just showing how love (and fun) transcend cultural boundaries.
Foggy Day at the harbor
foggy "backyard" baseball at the local baseball field
The crown of a Joshua Tree.
A Walk In The Fog
Nature mimics Life. An upside-down man. Every living entity in the universe wants a common identity...... Being ONE.
A fog rolls into Falmouth Harbor
The shadow of Life. Walking in the forest, we take the countless individual living leaves for granted. It often takes a different perspective to make clear of what is infront of us. Lets save our plan
Lazy Sunday On King Street
Magical.  Humboldt Redwoods is magical.
Mill Creek, West Virginia.  Sliding down the very steep embankment with photo equipment to the gorge for the best view of this gorgeous waterfall was worth the effort!  3 second long exposure photo.
The long tunnel leading to Yosemite Valley, with long truck tail lights, the result of a long exposure photograph.  I tried to take photos of the Valley, but there was too much traffic, so I turned le
9th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Two locals in the tiny pueblo of San Pedro de Atacama, located in the high northern desert of Chile by the Andes Mountains, just showing how love (and fun) transcend cultural boundaries.

Two locals in the tiny pueblo of San Pedro de Atacama, located in the high northern desert of Chile by the Andes Mountains, just showing how love (and fun) transcend cultural boundaries.

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