It’s that time of year: father’s day . Time to say thank you to our fathers or enjoy the day if we are fathers. I am not a father. Yet. (Please don’t email me if I am). As I am … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day – A Tale of Three
Guangxiao Si, the Bright Filial Piety Temple is one the oldest in Guangzhou. History places the first buildings on the site during the 4th century. Continue reading A morning at Guangxiao Si
Congratulations, D and E. Captured (not by me, I was performing the service): July 14, 2008. Luckily, I didn’t have to get into giving wedding toasts. Continue reading beautiful bride
I spent an hour and a half sitting in the back of a taxi Saturday afternoon. It wasn’t by choice. The entire trip should have taken 30 minutes. I found myself mired a mile from home, watching the meter click over every three minutes, adding more jiao to my fare. Why? Three lanes of traffic had been reduced to one. There were no warning signs for motorists, just a traffic snarl akin to the gridlocks found in one of Dante’s circles of hell (if a modern version was written).
I did what any photographer would do: Pulled out my axe and tried to amuse myself. Shooting photos from the back of a taxi isn’t easy. What did I see? Continue reading “photos of dante’s chinese gridlock”
Hollywood Road is an interesting street. High-end galleries and artisans line the street. Continue reading Hong Kong Photo: Hollywood Road – Market Bobbles