Through the Lens
Jockey Hollow On October 17, 1779, the Continental Army bivouacked for the winter at Jockey Hollow. Soldiers camped at this location until January, 1780, during which they endured some of the harshest conditions of the war. Date: 02/12/2011 Location: +40° 46'...
冬の午後そぞろ歩きの街凍る Date: 1/27/2001 Location: Shinjuku Gyoen, Tokyo Japan +35° 41' 12.07", +139° 42' 29.21" Focal Length: 20 mm Exposure: 1/420 sec at f/5.6, ISO 100
Hands of Life
Yes, we can Date: 12/25/2006 Location: Home Focal Length: 180 mm Exposure: 1/180 sec at f/3.5, ISO 100
Standing Stills means Going Backwards addle up in San Francisco. There you are: Highway 1. Careful - black ice. Let's go South. Hear the sound of your bike. Feel the vibration of the engine. Smell the...
Cape of Good Hope
Legend of the Flying Dutchman The year: 1641. It is said that Captain van der Decken and his crew are on their way home to Holland. As they approach the tip of Africa he fails to notice the dark clouds looming and he did not hear the fierce screams of terror from his...
Uphill Ride 外灘廣場 Entrance of an apartment building, minutes away from the ultra-modern skyscrapers which decorate the banks of the Huangpu Jiang River. The contrasts of life in China’s premier city of commerce are remarkable. Date: 8/23/2007 Location: +31° 14'...
Jus d'Orange Sunset over Lake Champlain. The opera of light during the last twenty minutes of daylight is breathtaking. Date: 10/9/2010 Location: +44° 28' 46.16", -73° 13' 19.64" Focal Length: 14 mm Exposure: 0.5 sec at f/4.0
Explosion of Light
Independence Day 4th of July, 2010 Location: +40° 42' 30.41", -74° 22' 1.11" Focal Length: 30 mm Exposure: 2.0 sec at f/8.0
The Little Fight for Pleasure
上海 China is a fascinating country. The contrast between ancient tradition and ultra-modernity is omnipotent. But there are moments, when you inject yourself into the everyday life on the street, that you come across a situation which make you stop, wonder and at times...
"The century is advanced, but every individual begins afresh" Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Past. Present. Future.
uring many trips to Washington DC I took time to walk the grounds of Arlington National Cemetery. Every visit was special. Moving. Thoughtful. It is an exceptional place. Walking along the never ending...
As we see it Reality. Our most objective reality is a subjective reflection of our experience. What we saw in the past. How we felt about it. The perception of reality is filtered through our emotions. That is what we see. That is our reality. Shouldn’t that...
We think walls are blocking our way. What we often don't realize is that they can give a new direction to our journey. Jan-Patrick Schmitz
We are now faced with the fact, my friends, that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now. In this unfolding conundrum of life and history, there is such a thing as being too late. Martin Luther King