Much "ink" has been spilled about the year that was 2020. I'm not going to relitigate the shitshow that this year has been politically, idealogically, economically, and epidemioligically. This is simply a visual run-down of what 2020 looked like for me, through my camera lens. No more, no less. There are many, many omissions here, … Continue reading 2020 through my lens
One thing I love about living where I do is the ability to hop on my bike and within 10 minutes of easy riding be immersed in a totally rural landscape, with working farms, rolling hills, stately country homes, and blissfully quiet roads, both paved and gravel. Yesterday morning I decided to head out to … Continue reading Gone for a ride
Taking a break from the staycation on a short weekend road trip.
Last Saturday morning I went for a quick 35km bike ride before it got too hot (that didn’t work out… it was already 30°C and stupid-humid by 10:30) and as is my habit, I brought my little Fujifilm X100V along for the ride. I was starting to lament having brought the camera along, since I … Continue reading They call me mellow yellow
Philadelphia is one of those cities that doesn't seem to get much respect, especially from New Yorkers. To be honest, I'm not sure why. I had the pleasure of spending a week there on business in 2017 and found Philly to be a beautiful, vibrant, and interesting city, with lots to see and do. Of … Continue reading Philadelphia, revisited
Business travel is (was!) always more fun with a camera.