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I  completed a 18 day trip to Namibia with a short layover in Doha, Qatar - it was was another of those “bucket list” trips that was in the top five places I wanted to visit and photograph.  The actual trip involved driving approximately 1,600 miles (2,600 kilometers) starting in Windhoek.  I explored Sossusvlei, Deadvlei, the Skeleton Coast, the sand dunes outside Luderitz, Walvis Bay - home of one of the world’s best surfing breaks (Donkey Bay but it was flat) and the Zeila shipwreck. A great trip!

And my friend, Chris from Travelous, posted some new independent travel trips (just the way I like to travel) to Iceland.  They look great, are very reasonably priced, and I think I’ll have to go to the Faroe Islands.  It’s always been on my bucket list.  Anyone want to join me?  Maybe even some free photo lessons.


At Everest Base Camp - Tibet


Skeleton Coast - Namibia





Vermont in the Fall

American Road Signs

Namibia - Tropic of Capricorn  (Wikipedia)





Luftgekühlt V

Austria and Czech Republic






Heartland of America

Rennsport VI - Laguna Seca, CA

Tibet and China - at Everest Base Camp 17,056 Feet








Panorama of Lemaire Channel - Antarctica.  Check out more of our panorama images here.

Marfa, Texas

Cartagena, Colombia




About Stephen (Photo - Punakha, Bhutan)

Vintage New York, c. 1968-1969




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Junk Yard Cars

Wildflowers - Borrego Springs, California

Images from the Long Beach Grand Prix - Coming soon.




In a taste test, cats prefer the taste of Nikons 4 to 1 over Canons

Deep South - Mississippi & Alabama

Available for Sale

I finally checked another box on my bucket list of places to visit - Chernobyl.  I’ve been talking about visiting Ukraine (the birth home of my grandfather on my father’s side), and I finally did it.  I flew from Los Angeles to London, overnighted in London due to connections to Kiev, and the next day had a 3½ hour flight to Kiev.  Now the first part of my journey was completed.  After spending two nights in Kiev (a big city with a population of approximately 3,000,000) it was finally off to Chernobyl.  More photos here.

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Skeleton Coast - Namibia


Vienna, Austria