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THE ART OF THE CLOTHESLINE

      IN INDIA THE CLOTHESLINE IS UBIQUITOUS, A PART OF THE LOCAL LANDSCAPE THAT PROVIDES INSIGHT INTO PEOPLE'S LIVES.       IN URBAN SETTINGS ONE CAN SEE CLOTHES DANGLING FROM STRANDS OF WIRE HUNG FROM ONE WINDOW TO ANOTHER.       EVEN ON THE SIDES OF BUILDINGS.         OR DRAPED OVER BICYCLES.         LOOKING FOR A LITTLE

My Favorite Photographs of 2021

With Covid out of control and travel restrictions in place, 2021 could be described as boring.  And yes, it might have been if I didn't ride a bicycle or travel to Los Angeles, and take a six week cross country road trip with Bruce.  Riding

2020 — A year when only a few good things happened

What we wouldn't give to be hugging you right now.     Instead we are pretty much confined to our house since our county just went on a second lock down that extends until mid-January 2021.  When it gets lifted will depend on medical statistics over which

The Corrective Lens

I am honored that two of my images from Iran, including "The Lady in Pink" (seen below on the invitation) were selected by Jurors Ron Herman and Mamen Saura to be in the exhibit The Corrective Lens at Foothill College in Los Altos, California from

The Cats made me do it!

I did it again in Colombia.  I wormed my way into someone's home, but the cats made me do it.   They were in a doorway staking their ground.     After they scurried off,  curiosity led me through the doorway as I followed two more cats into a

DYING TO BE READ

It may seem maudlin to some, but I enjoy reading obituaries, especially those printed in The New York Times,  which are considered a form of creative non-fiction.    From cradle to grave, people's lives fascinate me.   Some might say I'm nosey, but I would