180º Dreams of India

While traveling around India and photographing the usual tourist spots, I also made photos of the locals. This grew into a collection of portraits I call 180º FACES of INDIA. Because I had used a circular fisheye lens and India is blindingly colorful, I decided to convert them into black and white. I liked the black and white images as a photographer, but somehow they didn’t give me the same feeling and enjoyment that I had experienced while taking them. I played around with them on a computer and came up with new images that my wife called 180º DREAMS of INDIA. Sometimes a group of portraits says move about a country than its landmarks. What do you think? read more

The H Resort Beau Vallon Beach, offers a haven from the weariness of winter

SEYCHELLES, January 10, 2016. With winter upon us, much of the world is feeling the cold and many blanketed by snowy weather. Not so the Seychelles, where January days with lows that average 24 degrees and highs that average 30 degrees, make it the perfect place for outdoor recreation or a relaxing respite by the pool or on the beach in the warm sunshine. read more