Category: North America

Postcard: Gearing up for Washington, D.C.

Postcard: Gearing up for Washington, D.C.

January starts off with a trip to National Geographic (the mothership, I call it) in Washington, D.C. for our annual business meetings as well as the annual National Geographic Magazine Photo Seminar – one of the most inspirational events I attend every year.

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Postcard: Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial at dusk

Postcard: Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial at dusk

While in Washington DC in January, I went around the city and photographed a lot of its monuments at dusk for a client…

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Postcard: Spring Is In The Air

Postcard: Spring Is In The Air

Shot with Nikon D300 at Ladew Gardens, Maryland

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Postcard: Backseat Driver

Postcard: Backseat Driver

Life truly is all about survival, relevance, and that never-ending quest to make some kind of mark others can relate to. Forging ahead in an attempt to stay one step ahead when, in actuality, everyone’s life path is different.

Stay your life’s course and once in a while, taking the backseat and helping others succeed can be much more fulfilling in so many ways.

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Postcard: The Best Breakfast

Postcard: The Best Breakfast

The best breakfasts are usually not found on the exclusive Sunday brunch menu at a fancy restaurant or even at that neighborhood hole-in-the-wall joint you swear by…

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Postcard: A Rocking Road Trip

Postcard: A Rocking Road Trip

Heading out on a road trip at the crack of dawn to Cleveland. A nice getaway to relax with good friends, enjoy a weekend of gorging yet again, and to keep my nose to the ground for stories and photo opportunities.

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Counting Blessings at a Food Bank

Counting Blessings at a Food Bank

The first thing we did upon our late-night arrival into Houston was go to the Houston Food Bank the very next morning.

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Photo Essay: To Infinity And Beyond

Photo Essay: To Infinity And Beyond

In addition to our dining expedition in Houston, Texas, a trip to the Space Center was in order. Well, mostly because the Urb wanted to. As a traveler, hitting up popular attractions once in a while doesn’t make your travel experiences any less authentic unless […]

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