Iguana among the cacti! Taken at the ruins of Tulum off the Caribbean Sea in Mexico.
There’s something about Coca-Cola bottles that make an image feel timeless. If I didn’t have a copyright and date could you guess what decade this was taken?
Great example of the gorgeous bokeh produced by Nikons fastest and newest 70-200. Taken at the maya ruins of Tulum, Mexico.
There’s just something about these animals, can’t get enough of them. One day I will come out with a book on dogs! Taken on fujichrome, with my Nikon F6 in Tulum, Mexico.
Taken back in ’11 during a trip to Northern Arizona late in the winter. We were hiking near a small town named Strawberry, most people out of state don’t realize how diverse Arizona can be!
Taken on the beaches of Tulum, Mexico. First time I’ve ever experienced such a warm beach with crystal clear water, and sand as soft as powdered sugar.
Two lovers, Pisa, Italy. Shot on Ilford film.
The intersection of tradition and technology is very interesting. Where the new world meets the old world, a unique dialectic forms. More and more in my travels I encounter individuals that support the ways of the past, wearing traditional garb whether it’s religious in nature or just merely ancestral or a homage to those that came before them. Yet those individuals are still very much products of the 21st century. Toting items like brand name shopping bags and cellphones, products exclusively of the 20th and 21st century. Taken in Italy in 2012 on Ilford film.
Taken on Manhattan Beach in LA. Nikonos-V and Fujifilm Velvia.