Archive for November, 2011

Garden

Garden

Working in my Garden today, adding few palm trees up front, my other favor thing to do beside photographing is Gardening, creating and improving the habitat around my house. It is nothing better then seeing bunch of birds, reptiles and insects feeding on the flower and trees that we planted. I will attach a photo […]


Don’t sell your self for free

Don't sell your self for free

This weekend I was approach by a new web Photo Magazine to give them few free of charge photographs, one time use. My response was and I think every professional out there should do the same. My response was: My photographs are my Livelihood, my family livelihood and to create this compelling images is the […]


Heliconia

Heliconia

Heliconia in the tropical forest of Big Island of Hawaii, overcast conditions. I love working in overcast conditions do to even light and saturated colors. To bring the real colors of this plant I used a circular polarizer to take the shine off and increase the saturation. Eos 5 D Marc II, 70 to 200mm […]


The jewel of Burma ( Myanmar)

The jewel of Burma ( Myanmar)

Burma (also known as Myanmar) is a jewel that has remained hidden for decades, but which is now opening up to the world revealing astonishing natural beauty and cultural heritage. With a civilisation that’s more than 2,500 years old, Burma is a mysterious and magical land with magnificent temple architecture set in timeless and sublime […]


Bhutan photo expedition April 3 to 15th / 2012

Bhutan photo expedition April 3 to 15th / 2012

The Kingdom of Bhutan is a small Himalayan country east of Nepal, nestled between China and India, with an estimated population of 700,000. Last month, Bhutan celebrated the wedding of monarch Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, the fifth Druk Gyalpo (“Dragon King”), to 21-year-old commoner Jetsun Pema, now Druk Gyal-tsuen (“Dragon Queen”) of Bhutan. The deeply […]


Omo Valley photo expedition- 10 / 2011

 Omo Valley  photo expedition- 10 / 2011

Located in the far southwest of Ethiopia is the Omo river, one of the last great tribal regions left in the world. This area sustains a vast number of tribal groups all living close relatively to the Omo river. Their culture did not change for many centuries, dress and language has remained intact. Some 45 […]


Ten Things You Should Know About the State Department

What do the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) do for the American people? With just over one percent of the entire federal budget, we have a huge impact on how Americans live and how the rest of the world engages America. For example: 1. We create American jobs. We […]


ROMANIA PHOTO TOUR 10 / 2011

ROMANIA PHOTO TOUR 10 / 2011

Just finish leading a marvelous photo tour to Romania……a beautiful country of many surprises including serene beauty, with endless mountains & villages life. We enjoyed the food, not just delicious but totally organic, where the flavors were real;. Photo opportunities galore: friendly people with traditional culture, markets, Shepard family up in the mountains after a […]