Nov 1st


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Postcards from Oaxaca

Having a fantastic time in Oaxaca, Mexico, though we didn’t get back to the hotel last night until 4am, so we all took a little longer to get moving this morning. It’s an amazing place, here. Feels very safe. The food is incredible and the spectacle of Day of the Dead is really fun, if not a little creepy at times. There’s some amazing talent here with us on this adventure; and we’re having really fun time together.

The first two postcards were both shot with an iPhone, straight out of the camera, and some great window light, the last at Casa Oaxaca with the D3s and an 85/1.4. Wish y’all were here!

Free Webinars: Manfrotto School of Xcellence

Manfrotto School of Xcellence, Monday Oct. 24, 2011. 2pm – 3pm PDT More information on the Manfrotto site HERE On Tuesday morning I jump in the Jeep and drive down to Syracuse, NY to join Jeffrey Chapman for some spectacular Cambodian/Thai food before we jump an early morning flight on Wednesday to Oaxaco, Mexico for […]

Oct 7th


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Emily & I – A New Adventure

Almost a year ago I bought a 1993 Land Rover Defender named Jessie. To say we had a rocky start is an understatement. There were days I was torn between loving that Defender and wanting to drive her into the ocean. Things took a while to smooth out for Jessie and I, but I bribed […]

Sep 24th


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Postcard from Cambodia

3 Boats, 1000 Buddhas. Photographed at the cave of 1000 Buddhas on the Mekong River in Laos. And I’m posting this from Bangkok. So it’s not really so much a postcard from Cambodia. That’s the next photograph.   Banteay Srei, Cambodia, Photo by Eve Hannah Sitting in the departure lounge in Siem Reap, it’s hard […]

Sep 16th


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Postcard from Laos

A quick hello from Laos. We’re on the banks of the Mekong River, and in a couple hours begin a 2-day journey downriver towards Luang Prabang. Yesterday was a long drive through misty jungles and impossibly green rice paddies, around frequent landslides and small towns, with a stop for spicy kao soi for lunch. As […]