Africa, 1980

Africa, 1980

Africa, 1980. I can just imagine this place coming to life from the retro pictures I stumbled across. Thirty faces staring at the camera. Who is this white person and what are they doing here? Challenged by scoundrel-like characters trying to sell you everything and anything, yet charmed by such genuine smiles and curiousness. It … Continue reading

Top 10 Storytelling Features In The 2014 Blogosphere

Blogging isn’t what it used to be. What kind of message is included in your posting now? In the past, storytellers used character development or typographic elements in order to change the way text appeared to change the message. Bolds show something important. BOLD CAPS (PERHAPS SOMEONE IS SCREAMING). Italics might enhance without  unnecessary distraction. !@#$%p u  n c t … Continue reading

The Lost Images of Angkor

The Lost Images of Angkor

A serpent from ancient Siam, somewhere in the files of my memory card. Destined to be unleashed on the travel photography world. Serpents often guard entrances to temples or sections of the park in Angkor. The serpent is a symbol of fear in many civilizations as well as one of medicine and spirituality. The western … Continue reading