Six months after kicking off this series in Puerto Lopez, Ecuador, we return to the Pacific coast town where I’m planning to actually be in about four months or so. But that’s...
26 Photos from a demonstration to protest the shooting of 12-year-old Tamir Rice.Read More
38 images from Teustepe, Posoltega, Ometepe and Managua.Read More
AKA the place where a 15th century knight was assassinated with a cannonball as he sat on his toilet.Read More
A consummate sleepy beach town that doesn’t appear to be in much of a hurry to wake from that slumber.Read More
If they're on your list of 'Places to See Before you Die', you've got about 30 years left - before they're gone.Read More
A military support vehicle at the vast junkyard known as the Vietnamese People’s Air Force Museum, or Bảo Tàng Phòng Không – Không Quân, in Hanoi. More photos and info...
Both sound inviting, don't they?
Still colorful after all these years.
I can’t say that my entire stay in Cleveland has been pleasant. Not this week.
Shells, trees and trash.
This dreamy view was taken from a coffee cooperative located just below the midway point up the Maderas volcano on Ometepe Island on Lake Cocibolca, or Lake Nicaragua, taken in February...
Eyes on the prize.
Thirty years from now this island will no longer exist.
There’s a lot to like about PROJECT: ICE, a new feature length documentary about the Great Lakes of North America, now making the rounds on the festival circuit. It’s part history, part...
This week’s Der Speigel tells the story of a visit to the Auschwitz concentration camp by a group of 70 Belgian euthanasia practitioners led by Wim Distelmans, a doctor who also chairs...
Fall at Europe's largest intermittent lake.
Atlantic Beach, Bogue Banks Island, North Carolina, 23-Nov-2014.
Today's catch at Morocco's most colorful port.
A four minute stroll through the Slovenian capital.
Facebook reminded me today that SURDICO: The Second Biennial of Contemporary Art in Puerto Varas, Chile, will be held next Spring. That provided the perfect opportunity to finally publish...
He'd wink if he could.
Twenty-five years ago today US-armed and trained security forces in El Salvador murdered six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her daughter during a grisly rampage on the campus of the...
Remembering one of the largest anti-war demonstrations in US history.