Welcome to the New World
Hello Travelers, and welcome!
I am finally home from 5 months of traveling. There are endless stories to tell and pictures to share, and I promise we will get to them all. Please accept my deepest apologies for leaving you all alone for so long, but internet is quite sparse in the desert, and afterwards I took all my time working on the new site and photos, blog integration, blah blah blah who cares, “Where’s the photos?”, right?
All new categories, all new photos are parked right here on the site. So navigate, click and explore. Find ice cream and whirling dervishes in Turkey, hikes and sunsets in Greece, and of course a month in the desert building the Temple of Transition for Burning Man 2011 with the International Arts Megacrew!
Have you ever been on a 120 foot crane in the Nevada Desert? how about 10,000 feet in an ultra-light? Well if not, then the closest you’ll get for now are my Burning Man photos. Go ahead and have a look; Meet the Temple Crew, sail through Greece, have some fun with the wonderful people an animals of Turkey, and explore parts of America, from coast to coast. Of course, I’d love to hear your impressions and suggestions right here. And now for a mini-post……
Last weekend the East Coast had a wonderful, if unexpected, Indian summer. The temperature clocked in at over 80 degrees F (That’s 27 for anyone outside the US), and I had the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful clear morning on lake Owassa, in NJ. The water was still and everyone but the photographers were asleep, as usual. Now that the cool Autumn fog and rain have landed heavily, at least we’ll have an HDR photo of the lake to close our eyes, relax and pretend with. Special thanks to Liz and the Freedman family for a the invite and the apple pie.