In Yucatán, there’s a tiny Mexican town whose contemporary roots are never far from its Mayan past.
A sunflower about to bloom is filled with intrigue. It’s poised on the verge of emergence and seems so hopeful, just like the creative spirit. Here are a few ideas to awaken yours.
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.
Reflections are easily found in nature. Reflections upon oneself, within one’s soul: not so easily found, nor done.
A closeup photograph can offer you an inside look at your subject’s true meaning.
If you dream in green and ice cream, you may want to dive inside a pistachio-colored booth at Austin’s Amy’s Ice Cream.
From a Texas Hill Country wildflower’s vantage point, March means spring is in the near-distance and it’s gettin’ on time to bust out.
In Austin, Texas, we take our local landmarks seriously, and our city ordinances decree that new high-rise condos must not exceed the height of our beloved homegrown businesses.
My image library is overflowing with photographs of abandoned places. They are evocative. They provoke my storytelling curiosity.
Why not try a threesome on National Margarita Day? (As in, three margaritas.)
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 […]
Light meets design makes shadow creates pattern bathes piano attracts musician rides bike brings color makes music becomes art = pairings, unexpected . . . “Creativity is that marvelous capacity […]
How can you pass by an intriguing window or door by without making note, or making a picture? There’s a story to be told behind them . . . Doors […]
Juxtaposition is Austin’s middle name these days, and figures prominently in my Vanishing Austin series as the most striking way to show our recent urban history.