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Articles and photography about my personal travel experiences.

Cuba – Living Under the Shadow – a Pictorial Story

living Under the Shadow

An American Perspective This pictorial presents my story of an American’s first visit to Havana, Cuba. I cannot say it is a representative story for all first time visitors or that it is even a fair interpretation of life in Cuba; but it is my story. I went to Cuba and stayed in Old Havana […]

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Paris to Marrakesh

Well everyone always asks “What did you do last summer?” Sometimes it is difficult to answer without monopolizing the conversation… so this series is meant to definitively answer the question with only a few words. People say “a picture is worth a thousand words”… Here are my 30 pictures! I’ll save you from the word […]

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Panorama of Paris from Arc de Triomphe

This image is a 270 degree panoramic composition of 16 images photographed from the top of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France. The Arc is a center of Parisian traffic with many streets converging upon the large circular street surrounding the Arc. Due to the nature of the panorama the circle has been straightened […]

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The Palace at Versailles

The Palace at Versailles is about an hour from downtown Paris by train. It is a short walk from the train station to the main gates. The Palace is a major attraction and lines to get into the palace are frequently several hours. We decided to tour the gardens instead of wait in line. After […]

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INVITATION – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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St Augustine, FL

St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European-established city in the continental United States. In 1513 the area around St Augustine was discovered and explored by Ponce de Leon who claimed the region for Spain. In 1565 the city was founded by Pedro Menéndez de Avilés,

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More Miami HDR Photos

Photos from the Miami Beach processed with HDR effects. 1. Panorama of Miami Beach around 40th St (view in full screen mode) 2. CJ’s Crab Shack at 6th St on Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

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Miami Architecture

Best viewed in full screen mode [FS] Architectural photography taken on 5th St in Miami Beach. Skyline of Miami from 5th St bridge (I-395). View my fine art gallery of Miami Beach Architecture photography.

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Sunrise at Deering Estate – Miami

Photos made at the Charles Deering Estate in Palmetto Bay, FL (south of Miami).

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South of Fifth – Bayshore Walk

The area south of 5th Street (SoFi) is characterized by high end, high rise condominiums, ultimate yachts, and living well. Historically SoFi began as a Jewish ghetto as it was the only neighborhood in Miami Beach where Jews were permitted to live. Now SoFi boasts the most exclusive and affluent condominiums in Miami Beach. Enjoy […]

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