Reasons to like and use Red Bubble

Since I found RedBubble, I like the way the site presents photographic (and other artistic endeavors) work.  There are many reasons to visit…

The urban landscape in Honolulu takes many forms

Honolulu is a city of changing colors and facets. Honolulu is a crossroads between east and west, a true melting pot for ethnicities, religions and politics. Today, Honolulu is not your “grandmother’s Honolulu”.

Buildings – Art in Cities

Gotta love Seattle for its street art and sculpture. Of course, there are some who say the buildings themselves are works of art…take our Seattle Public Library as an example. The building is quite unusual and walking through it is an experience in and of itself.

A different urban landscape – Puerto Vallarta

On October 4, 2009 I headed out to Puerto Vallarta. Having never been there before, I did a lot of Google-ing and website searching as soon as I received my itinerary from Destination Ventures. This was a travel agent familiarization trip as a Puerta Vallarta Pro Specialist.

Seattle, An Urbanite’s City!

We are so urban in this city that if it snows, we cease business. We cease going out of our homes for groceries, booze or dates. We curl up in our houses or apartments and become cabin-feverish. We basically do not know how to drive on snow…and our city does not know how to deal with snow.

Photographing A Wedding

I “did” a wedding in September. It was my first photographic shoot of a wedding. I tend to shoot in a photojournalism style, liking to be on the edge of the action and shooting with a long lense. I just put together a proof album for the newlyweds to take with them to their family outings at Thanksgiving. It has turned into a 121-photo story of their wedding day. The more I looked at the photographs, the more I “saw” the story unfold. In some ways I saw it better while putting together the album than I did during the actual event. While it actually occurred in a small town, and is not an event on the streets of the Urban Landscape, it is a pivotal point for my photographic journeys.