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Monthly Archives: April 2011

Arkansas Church

Frank Lloyd Wright didn’t design this church. His student, E. Fay Jones did. The church, Thorncrown Chapel, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas rises within a forest of tall trees. The church opened in 1980. It’s open mostly to visitors with no active congregation. There are Sunday services, which focus on the Bible. The church is modeled […]

Inle Lake

Inle lake is one of the  most enchanting spots in the world. I’ve written about it extensively on my other blog, Digital Traveler. At any time of day the clouds billow over the hills that wind around the lake. Long canoe-like boats travel, filled with smiling people holding open umbrellas to protect themselves from the […]

Henry Cartier-Bresson

As a photojournalist, Henri Cartier-Bresson founded the Magnum Photos (see history of agency), which has a library of images that cover the time period from the Spanish Civil War to today. He developed street/candid photography as an art and was one of the first to use 35mm film. Early in his career, he traveled the […]

Lens Review

Most of the time I’m not really into photographing flowers, so I don’t really don’t write macro lens reviews. Aside from that,  just about everyone else takes pictures of flowers and writes about lens reviews of macro lenses. Most of the time I use a Canon L Series 24-105 mm lens, that really doesn’t do […]