I won’t let a closed door hinder me. I’ll take aim for a photo opp instead.
The rewards of photography include those unexpected glimpses into others’ lives.
You can’t go much deeper than the magical Sacred Blue Cenote in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula.
The way down can be more difficult than the way up, especially in Big Bend.
One fortress meets another, in a time-honored tale of conquest in Yucatán—from my Mission: Mexico journey.
A photo essay shows the visual feast of texture and color that’s ripe for photo immersion across the border.
The story is told in pictures of an all-yellow city in Mexico's Yucatan that takes you back into a mysterious past.
There are some tried-and-true ways to put the summer heat behind you: the methods are shared in photos.
Windows and doors are irresistible to me. They offer enough symbolism to crank up anyone’s creative engine.
In Terlingua, Texas, a tiny ghost town along the Mexico border, an historic cemetery serves as a monument to former miners felled by harsh working conditions.
In Yucatán, there’s a tiny Mexican town whose contemporary roots are never far from its Mayan past.
A photo gallery shows that street life in Mexico can get pretty colorful behind a cloak of stillness.
Reflections of the vast brown Chihuahuan desert that surrounds a vivid green church in a tiny Mexican village are distorted by more than sundown.
As a photographer who paints, and a painter who photographs, there’s a challenge and a risk I’m often faced with: Print, or Paint?
Beneath a blanket of snow in Arroyo Seco, there must be a story to go with a small and lonely child’s grave marker at La Santisima Trinidad mission church. There’s […]