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Travel Photos from Bolivia

I’m back from my trip to Bolivia. 4 weeks of trekking: starting at the border of Argentina, then 4 days by jeep through the mountains, deserts to the incredible Uyuni Salt Flats (Salar de Uyuni). Then on to Sucre, Cochabamba, La Paz, Lake Titicaca, Madidi National Park rainforest, and back home to the good old […]

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Just a quick note from Chochabamba, Bolivia. Wifi cafes are not exactly the norm here, so photos will be slow coming. I do have regular access to email though, and will be back in California on June 3.  From here Nancy and I will be heading to La Paz, then up to the Madidi National Park […]

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New Zealand: Doubtful Sound, Fjordlands National Park, Keppler Track

Continuing on with the New Zealand photos, to one of my favorite sections of my trip- Fjordlands National Park. This area is perhaps best known for the Milford Sounds, and the Milford Trek. This is one of the “great walks” of New Zealand, winding through mist and rain, and rainforest ferns to view beautiful stretches […]

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Travels in Paris and Ian & Lili’s Engagement Session

I’m back on the other side of the world after photographing Ian and Lili’s spectacular destination wedding in Paris. I’m still working through all of the photos from my 9 day stay in France. Rather than keep everybody waiting, I’ll start off with some of my favorite travel shots from around the city, along with […]

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I’m off to Paris!

I’ll be leaving in just a few hours for Paris, where I’ll be taking pictures for Ian and Lili’s wedding. I’m super excited to get back to that magical city, and to spend time with this great couple! I’ll be away until September 10th, but hope to have internet access frequently in the meantime. If […]

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