The Andalusian Chronicles: Granada

On Day 3, we took a bus tour to Granada . We did this because it was the only way we could gain entrance to the number one visited site in all of Spain: the Alhambra ! Entrance tickets are usually sold out as the tourist season advances. The Alhambra was the last Moorish stronghold before they […]

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The Andalusian Chronicles: Tangier

Mystery? Intrigue? Just plain different? These are some thoughts that come to mind when one hears of the name Tangier. Since Jayne and I were in southern Spain, how could we not pass up a 40 minute ferry ride to the northern tip of Africa, and the fabled city of Tangier, Morocco ? Day two of […]

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The Andalusian Chronicles: Cordoba

Recently, Jayne and I, her sister and husband traveled to Southern Spain, Andalusia provence. We were based out of a timeshare in Benalmadena which was some 15 kilometers from Malaga. In spite of my troubles with my back, I was able to hold up pretty well until Wednesday afternoon. By then, the cumulative effect of […]

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Two-Page Spread

I recently entered Black and White magazine’s portfolio contest. Although I did not win, I did receive a Merit Award and a two-page spread in issue 104. I am very honored to receive this award.

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Worth a visit

In Lenswork issue 111, April, 2014, photographer Angelo Merendino has a featured portfolio. This portfolio is a tasteful, heart-ripping tribute to his wife’s fight with breast cancer. It is a start to finish visual journey portrayed with tenderness and not sugar coated. Angelo’s series can be viewed here.

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