Occasional snaps and thoughts from here and there posted on a random basis with no rhyme and minimal reason. For things less random, check out the travel photo Galleries.
What happens when a hobbyist photographer whose 9 to 5 is creating websites for non-profits decides to leverage a few well-received snaps, first place in a photo contest, and his first ever photo exhibit into something more?
A new home on the nets for an inaugural photo gallery and plans for future galleries with which to spam his friends, family, and unwary aquaintances?
Thanks to a supportive thumbs up from the staff at Teaism, a set of three fantastic tea shops in Washington, D.C., my first photo exhibit, Vietnam: Images of Work and Play, begins a one-month run at their Dupont location on Tuesday, August 4th.
Stop by to see a collection of ten black and white candid photographs chosen from the Visions of Vietnam photo gallery.
In February on the first day I arrived in Vietnam to visit good friends and explore the country, I wandered the streets with my jet-lagged self, at one point kneeling in oncoming traffic to photograph a young guy repairing a motorbike in a shop impossibly wedged between storefront and street.
The good folks at TravelMuse decide a few months ago that they appreciated the result of that risking of life and limb enough to award Motorbike repairman first place in their spring Urban Endeavors Photo Contest.