The Ballerina and the Worm

My guy in Havana knows my taste in photography well, so when he suggested...
10th Apr 20

Portraits in Sandpoint

  With its mountains and lakes Sandpoint, Idaho, is a great destination for landscape...
27th Aug 18

Mahoney Creek Remembered

The yellow wind sock briefly appeared and disappeared from view high on the brushy...
27th Sep 16

Making of “Masks of Venice”

The water taxi bumped to a stop at the side entrance of Ca’ Gottardi,...
18th Mar 16

Fishermen of Inle

At 2900 feet elevation in the Shan Hills of Burma 150 miles southeast of...
28th Sep 15

Visit to a Stone Age Village

In July of 1966, on a Friday evening but with twenty-four hours of daylight ahead,...
30th Aug 15

Decline, Salvation, and Decline of a Beloved Chief

She was only sixteen, but her paint was faded, her tailwheel smashed, and mice...
1st Jun 15

Sandpoint Magazine Article

When he was a young man, Alan Barber borrowed his father’s plane, a 1947...
15th May 15

A Week In Havana

“I must touch you here. Is OK?” asked the fetching Cuban officer in the...
1st Feb 15