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Bodie

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Bodie is a ghost town nestled east of the Sierra Nevada mountain range at an elevation of 8379 feet (2554 m). Once a thriving mining town, as conditions changed, its population shrunk and became Bodie State Historic Park in 1962, recognized as a historic landmark on both the state and national levels.

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Grand Prismatic

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The mind boggling colors of Yellowstone Park’s Grand Prismatic hot spring is a wonderful thing to photograph. With every move, you see additional details that make for stunning compositions. Stripped of its color, the tonal range and textures are a treat on the eye as well.

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Heron over the Slough

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In the wetlands of Shoreline Park in Mountain View California, native species of birds, bugs and plant are returning since humans realized they must respect the area. I watched this heron walking around the slough that cuts through a busy golf course, admiring its grace and then capturing its flight into the air and away.

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Incan Ruins

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Pachacamac is an active archaeological site 40 kilometres (25 mi) southeast of Lima, Peru in the Valley of the Lurín River. The site was first settled around A.D. 200 and was named after the “Earth Maker” creator god Pacha Kamaq. I visited it on a bus tour of Lima and surrounding area in the final day of my trip to Peru. Sitting where the Incan priests reportedly sat on top of the Temple of the Sun for ceremonies as well as to watch the rising sun, I was awed by the mastery of architecture the builders had over a 1,000 years ago.

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Knott’s Silver Strike

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Nostalgia is eternal for Americans. We are often displaced from our origins and carry anxious memories of that lost past. We fear losing our bearings.

~ Gregory Benford

Image created for the Quotes show at The Main Gallery in Redwood City

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Lima Surf

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In the final days of my trip to Peru to document the work of Selva in Action and lives of teens growing up in the jungle, I wandered around Lima, the capital of Peru. On an overcast afternoon, I sat on the beach looking out at the Pacific Ocean and the crowds of surfers who dared to ride its wild swells. To the left of all this action sits this elegant pier, a fancy restaurant with guests quietly staring off in the same direction I was, pointing at the great expanse of water.

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Market in Tajikistan

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This is one of a series of building photographs taken at 11,869 feet in Murghab, Tajikistan. Though probably an older building, this shop in the central market weathers quickly as does everything that survives in the harsh conditions far above the tree line in Central Asia.

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Reclaimed Treasure

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Treasure Island is an artificial island in the San Francisco Bay built for the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition. After completion of the exposition, control of the island was passed to the US Navy and it served as a Naval Station from 1942-1997. Now, as with many former military facilities decommissioned in the late 1990’s, it is a leisure area, its history on display in condemned buildings, wide boulevards and attempts at revival.

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Rising Water

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This image was taken at one of the many docks in Iquitos where boats come and go on their way out into the Amazon river basin surrounding this major city in the middle of the Peruvian jungle. During my week in the area, I saw the rising and falling of the water levels, the results of which are calmly adapted to by those who live on or work near the water edge.

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Roof of the World

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The term Roof of the World is a metaphorical description of the high mountainous region also known as “High Asia” which encompasses the Himalayas, Tibet and the Pamiris. I photographed this peak while travelling around the Pamiri autonomous region of Gorno-Badakhshan in Tajikistan.

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Separate Us from Those

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We are at heart so profoundly anarchistic that the only form of state we can imagine living in is Utopian; and so cynical that the only Utopia we can believe in is authoritarian.

~ Lionel Trilling

Image created for the Quotes show at The Main Gallery in Redwood City

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Shop on the Roof of the World II

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This is one of a series of building photographs taken at 11,869 feet in Murghab, Tajikistan. Though probably an older building, this shop in the central market weathers quickly as does everything that survives in the harsh conditions far above the tree line in Central Asia.

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Street Scene: Belén, Iquitos

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Life from birth in the floating shantytown of Belén, consisting of scores of neat rows of huts, built on rafts, which rise and fall with the river, depends on a familiarity with navigating by boat. Seven thousand people live here, and its habitants move around via canoes floating from hut to hut to visit neighbors or sell and trade jungle produce.

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The Transaction

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Every Saturday outside of Khorog and at other locations where a bridge between Afghanistan and Tajikistan exist, Afghans flow across the border into a guarded bazar in order to sell their products. This teen sat on a blanket selling various items from simple electronics to buttons, pausing long enough to look into my lens as I watched him through the viewfinder.

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Crisis in Abyei: Notes From An Observer

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  • 5×8 in, 13×20 cm
  • 316 Pages
  • ISBN – 9781366497949
  • Publish Date – Jan 10, 2017
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