mr. joe’s roses

 

And why do you worry about clothes? See how the flowers of the field grow. They do not labor or spin. / Canon AV-1 / Fujifilm 400R1-05506-0016 R1-05506-0017 R1-05506-0018

 

westward

 

Moab, Utah / Canon AV-1 / Fujifilm 400
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streets of yangon, myanmar in b&w

green eyes

 

This past spring my friend KB and I were walking around Mussoorie, India enjoying the holi celebrations when we met this guy. He had such strikingly clear green eyes – I just had to take his portrait.

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summer selection

select shots taken this past week of summer / Canon AV-1 / Kodak Gold 200

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chasing light

 

A few portraits of my lovely friend Eliza / Canon AV-1 / fujicolor 400R2-05511-0003 R2-05511-0010 R2-05511-022A R2-05511-0013 R2-05511-024A

coconut salesman

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Ngwesaung, Myanmar / Canon AV-1 / fujicolor 400

Sanju

One of my favorite photographs I’ve taken is of a sweet young girl named Sanju. Sanju and her older brother Vicky live at Asha Mission Children’s Home in Delhi. They are an effervescent duo and thick as thieves. Often times you find them whispering in Hindi to each other in the corner or swapping food during meal times. Vicky is easily one of the smartest children in the home and Sanju’s laugh can light up the darkest of corners. They are truly a special brother and sister pair. You can’t help but think that they are set apart for something special.

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35 millimeters of morocco

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Click here to see more of my photos from Morocco.

 

rishikesh

Have you heard of Rishikesh? It is a city in northern India known as the “yoga capital of the world”. Yoga lovers and spiritual seekers flock to Rishikesh in the hopes of mastering meditation while in the land of a thousand gods. Rishikesh is also home to many German Cafes, which are just cafes that serve coffee and pastries and other cafe-type foods (nothing particularly German about them). The city itself is perched either side of the Ganges River. In a part of the world where rivers usually run dirty and polluted, I was pleasantly surprised to find the water green and clear and QUITE cold.

A few friends and I drove in from Dehradun and camped by the river for a night. We had time to explore a bit of the city the next day and try out one of those famous German cafes. Here are a few photos from our trip:

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