Today I’m introducing a new feature: “Where in the World?” showcasing images and photographers I follow around the globe. We can’t travel as much these days due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but we can appreciate one another’s views and home states, regions, etc. from afar. Would you like to be featured? Send 1-3 photos of your special corner of the world, along with a … Continue reading Where in the World?
I’m all packed up and ready to make the leap to Italy today with a layover in Amsterdam that I plan on taking full advantage of with a long city walk. It’s time once again for the Siena International Photography Awards (SIPA) event & Festival in beautiful Tuscany. I’m looking forward to meeting photographers around the world and reuniting with friends from Pistoia to Switzerland … Continue reading Ready, Set, Siena
On a recommendation from our (highly recommended) Airbnb host, we walked towards Dublin city center from our flat in the suburban Rathgar neighborhood to a newish bar called The Bowery. â€œRock & Rum bar in an old ship!â€ the description shouted. They had me at Rock & Rum, but the “old ship” aspect raised my curiosity. The Bowery didnâ€™t disappoint. The space opens up into … Continue reading Culture Outpost: Open Mic Night in Dublin
Thank you so much to street photographer, instructor, storyteller and light whisperer Valerie Jardin for the great honor of including me as a guest on her “Hit the Streets” podcast (of which I am a huge fan) recently. Take a listen as we chat about changing up our lives, following dreams and working hard to keep it all going. Thanks again, Valerie. I appreciate you … Continue reading Let Your Heart Be Your Compass: Podcast with Street Photographer Valerie Jardin!
There’s a lot to love about the October issue of FujiLove Magazine, including Italian photographer and filmmaker Luca Bracali’s test run of the new Fuji new X-T2. I’m looking forward to meeting Mr. Bracali later this month in Siena, Italy where he is a featured photographer with his collection of environmental photography in the 2016 Siena Art Photo Travel FestivalÂ in conjunction with the Siena … Continue reading Luca Bracali Gives the Fuji X-T2 a Spin
I love solo travel but that doesnâ€™t always mean that I am necessarily alone. The more interested I become in photography, the more I enjoy taking small photo tours/workshops to explore my wish list destinations. The benefits are threefold: 1. I discover a new place. 2. I improve my photographic skills by learning from professionalsÂ [â€¦] via Portrait Photography: A Lesson in Light with Timothy Allen … Continue reading Portrait Photography: A Lesson in Light with Timothy Allen in Mongolia â€” The Insatiable Traveler