Monochrome Photography – It All Started in Black and White Finn McCool’s is a small English-style pub in Fort Worth, Texas. Interesting characters can always be found there. I took this photograph while going for a walk in my neighborhood. This tree was just asking to be photographed as it stood out against a dramatically cloudy sky. “Reflecting” on days-gone-by at an antique store in Texas. A welcoming Sherpa family (Sharwa is the more accurate term, though Sherpa is accepted) in Nepal. It was here I bought a batch of excellent yak cheese. A man of many lives. Joe. A friend and former neighbor from Texas. Valparaíso, Chile Valparaíso, Chile Monochrome scene in rural Córdoba province, Argentina The alleyways of New Delhi, India are always a hive of activity Reflections of the past come to life in Bangkok, Thailand Puffing on the pipe in Michigan’s upper peninsula. The upper peninsula of Michigan remains traditional, culturally speaking. Beautiful pine forest covers most of the area. It’s populated by a large number of descendents from Finland who came to work in the mining industry several generations ago. Birds of a feather flock together. The universal symbol for peace has reached even the rural village where this Burmese child calls home. Miguel and his cigar. Myanmar, 2014.