The average museum visitor spends less than 10 seconds examining a work of art. The typical subway rider stares down the track anxious for the train to approach . . . largely unaware of the joys and burdens of other riders. Urban apartment dwellers rarely know their neighbors. Community is now a place online. These photographs ask you to stop, open your visual mind and become alive to the infinite possibilities that each and every moment offers.
Zulu presents proud members of the 2011 Zulu Mardi Gras krewe.
Ordinary People portrays selected people from the 38 million annual visitors to Central Park in New York.
Powwow Portraits are images of Native Americans gathered for the Arlee, MT Powwow.
Faces glimpses the diversity of life experience wrought on the faces of those who surround us.
Grand Teton presents these magestic western mountains as Japoanese screens.
Solitude reminds that quiet and beauty are the essence of joy.
Old Pump House wanders inside an abandoned cowboy pumping station.
Turn of the Century traces cowboy history on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Island Scenes portrays the joy of escape.