Images from the coast, be it in Oregon or afar.
Experiments with relief printing.
I follow the wise counsel of John Muir: "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings." From Mount Hood to the North Cascades and the foothills of the Himalayas, there are many more to explore
Sights from across the country; most of my time there has been spent in New Delhi, Chandigarh, and the north of the country, though I lived in Kerala for a time as well.
In Kerala, a man in a yellow shirt leans on a yellow wall by his scooter.
In the Kalamandalam, drummers rehearse their craft.
At the Rural Olympics in Punjab, men compete in a lifting and loading race.
Beyond a rickshaw, a man sits and sells lemons.
In a field in a small mountain town, we found the makings of a small carnival, kids not included.
Near the open hand monument in Chandigarh, the lines are clean, the spaces open and uncluttered.
A small side trip on our way to a tea estate took us to the Masrur Temples, in Kangra.
At the Corbusier museum in Chandigarh, light fills the halls displaying info on the architect's works.
Against a pink wall, goods are neatly displayed.
Craftspeople work and show the fruits of their labor in Andretta.
In the run-up to a wedding, one of the pre-ceremony events included lights, cameras, and more than a little dancing.