Hanging out with Marley, Morrison and Monroe at one of the highest border crossings on the planet.
Category - Americas
Actually, if you look closely, the selection provides neither. Just a wide variety of legendary South American crooners that nicely fits this establishment’s motif. This is one of the numerous old jukeboxes at the Salon Malaga on Calle...
The most prominent skyline in Central America
Prepping for the winter chill in Patagonia.
From Roman times, the art of celebration.
26 Photos from a demonstration to protest the shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.
This was taken just after sunset from the summit of Cerro Calvario, or Calvary Hill, above Copacabana, Bolivia, one of the country’s most visited Catholic religious sites. At 4,015m (13,174ft) above sea level, it leave you huffing and...
A classic building, all but forgotten.
38 images from Teustepe, Posoltega, Ometepe and Managua.
Do you ever dream of clowns?
A consummate sleepy beach town that doesn’t appear to be in much of a hurry to wake from that slumber.
Another growing memorial to an often seen tragedy.
If they're on your list of 'Places to See Before you Die', you've got about 30 years left - before they're gone.
Still colorful after all these years.
I can’t say that my entire stay in Cleveland has been pleasant. Not this week.
Shells, trees and trash.
This dreamy view was taken from a coffee cooperative located just below the midway point up the Maderas volcano on Ometepe Island on Lake Cocibolca, or Lake Nicaragua, taken in February 1994. My apologies for the lousy scan. But it’s here...
Thirty years from now this island will no longer exist.
There’s a lot to like about PROJECT: ICE, a new feature length documentary about the Great Lakes of North America, now making the rounds on the festival circuit. It’s part history, part folklore and part geology lesson, all beautifully shot...
Facebook reminded me today that SURDICO: The Second Biennial of Contemporary Art in Puerto Varas, Chile, will be held next Spring. That provided the perfect opportunity to finally publish this small gallery of images snapped when I stumbled up...