A Proud Legacy — A Photo for Every Moment
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The early bird gets the worm and the early monk his alms. A group of young monks scurry along in Myanmar’s Shan State at dawn as they collect alms during the spiritual enlightenment process.
Trekkers are dwarfed by a towering mountain peak in Peru’s Cordillera Blanca; a sub-mountain range of the Andes Mountains.
A young farm girl makes her way back from the fields in Shan State, Myanmar. Myanmar remains largely dependent on agriculture with a rural way of life defining the culture of much of the country. The legendary hospitality of the people reflects the traditional, agricultural way of life as well.
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Iguazu Falls lies on the border between Brazil and Argentina. It consists of hundreds of separate cascades (nearly 300 in the wet season). The majority of the falls lie in Argentina. The Argentine side offers the closeup experiences as well. The panoramic view however, lies on the Brazilian side.
This photo was shot form the Argentine side.
Read more about these amazing waterfalls here.
Giving the bandoneon a squeeze in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It takes passion to be a musician. It takes courage and love to get lost in that passion.
Read about the history of the bandoneon and listen to demos here.
Violinist Jane Parks of the Jersey-based group OWEL performs at a Sofar Sounds show in Fort Worth, Texas.
The Taj Mahal is the iconic symbol of India. It attracts visitors from all over the world who come to marvel at what many interpret as a symbol of love — or a symbol of a guy who got into trouble with his woman and tried to build his way of hot water.
To read more about this UNESCO heritage site, click on the following link The Taj Mahal
Sherpa women carry a load across the rugged and impossible terrain of Northern Nepal.
Enjoying a bowl of noodles in Bangkok, Thailand is best done shoe-less and in solitude. Bangkok is one of the best countries in the world to sample and enjoy a myriad of diverse and tasty street food. Beware the spice!
Going to Bangkok? Use this excellent list as a starter guide on where to begin with your Thai food journey.
Old Mexico still pulsates and beats throughout the heart of Fort Worth, Texas. Mariachi performers and dancers in traditional dress march through the heart of downtown. Colorful dress and attire define traditional ways.
Not only an antioxidant powerhouse, berries makes for a great photography subject. The contrast in colors makes for an eye-catching image to remember.
A violinist plays against his shadow in Cordoba, Argentina. Cordoba is famous for its theaters and music night life.
Sunrise over Southeastern Paraguay
Swine, no malice intended, wait for their morning feast on a farm in Paraguay. Pigs are some of the smartest animals on four legs. They’re quite tasty too if cooked properly.
The older generation of India stands in contrast with the new generation in the streets of Varanasi, India. Varanasi is India’s most sacred city for Hindus. It’s where every Hindu, money and logistics-permitting, would prefer to exhale his or her last breath. Many have to settle for a riverside cremation where their ashes get to make the journey to Indian Ocean. Even the jersey-wearing youth hold Varanasi sacred.
A portrait of me while trekking through the Nepali Himalaya. Sagamartha National Park April 2014
Many of the wildest adventures begin with the dim glow of a tranquil candlelight evening.
The Petronas Towes of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia were the tallest buildings in the world for a short period 1998 and 2004. Designed by Argentine-American architect César Pelli, they are iconic symbols of this Southeast Asian capital.
Modern day Texas Cowboys stand relaxed at the Red Steagall Cowboy Gathering in Weatherford, Texas.
Riding the rails of Myanmar’s antiquated railroad network. It’s slow but cheap. It’s also fairly scenic. Photo shot in Shan state.