The ubiquitous UAZ, the Russian 4×4 vans you see everywhere in Mongolia. I want one of these so bad I can almost taste it. A few more snapshots from the Hasselblad in Mongolia:
Self portrait. Mongolia, 2012.
I walked past this thing (below) several times before I really saw it, stopped dead in my tracks and said, or thought, something along the lines of, “In the name of all that is holy, WHAT IS THAT THING?” It still confuses me – and scares me – a little. Any guesses?
It’s a long weekend here and we’re heading out in a couple hours to throw gear into Emily (the Jeep) and head to Princeton, BC, to spend the weekend on the Whipsaw Trail, one of the top ten 4×4 routes in North America. Hoping for adventure, looking for beauty. Have a great weekend, wherever you are.
My Next Book – The Print & The Process
My next book just went up on Amazon. It’s always a little surreal because no one tells me these things and suddenly I’m looking at a cover of a book that looks suspiciously like mine. The less coffee I’ve had, the longer it takes me to figure it out. Wait! That’s MY book! The Print […]
Mongolia Films – First Peek
A few quick uploads of some of my images from Mongolia. I picked these up at the lab this morning. I shot these one morning on the Gobi well before breakfast in some of the most delicious morning light I’ve seen in ages. I wrestled with my Hasselbad and a roll of Fujichrome 100, though […]
I took my Jeep, Emily, over to Vancouver Island this weekend. We had a festival here in town and the thought of being in the city at all, yet alone having to deal with throngs of people set me to hyperventilating and looking for a cat bowl to fill with gin. So I jumped on […]
Come with me to Africa
One of the highlights of my year is my return to Africa. Last year we began with Orthodox Christmas in Lalibela, Ethiopia, and then the Maasai Mara in Kenya. Two back to back trips that were simply unbelievable. This year we’re doing it again, this coming January, and we’re inviting two small groups of people […]