My last stranger hails from Cartagena, Colombia. I’m not a great photographer and my project is more about the stories than the photos themselves, but this is one I’m quite fond of from the photography perspective. The street vendor just happens to be in the […]
Myanmar has been in the news lately for the genocide of the Rohingya people. When I visited in 2014, I had heard similar news, but on a much smaller scale. I loved the country’s natural beauty, magnificent temples, and friendly people, and it’s heartbreaking to […]
Our Bali cooking class started with a tour of the Ubud country side, so we could see for ourselves where our food came from. It was harvest season, and farmers were busy cutting down the ripened rice stalks in the field. This lovely lady saw […]
The very fashionable Berber merchant we met in the Blue City, who warned us about the overzealous merchants in the rest of Morocco, and told us his secret to getting through all the boring days of shopkeeping is smoking his worries away.
Swayambhu Temple stood atop a hill in Kathmandu Valley overlooking the city. According to legends, the valley had been filled with water once upon a time, until a lotus flower appeared in the middle of the lake, which gave the temple its Sanskrit name — […]