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What’s your “go-to salad”?

According to Jeff Elder: “You must have a go-to salad in your life” And by this, he means: “a collection of fresh ingredients you can get in most stores, which you will never tire of, and can eat twice a … Continue reading

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Kerala travelogue 3 – Part 1: The Cyprus Edition

(this one’s been in the hopper for a while, unfinished, because there was always more to add. it’s still not quite where i want it to be, and still unfinished, so i offer you here one part of a multi-part … Continue reading

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an art walk of sorts

In between shifting geographies — and the rituals of settling and resettling, unpacking and packing, taking inventory and organizing — I find the act of revisiting photographs to open up a soothing, even therapeutic space. The eye focuses on different … Continue reading

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workshops and other homes

The act of seeing the world through a camera lens affords — and some instances demands — a slower pace of looking at and being in the world. Earlier this evening, while searching for a different photograph, I came across … Continue reading

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dreaming of cyprus

I returned a week ago from a visit to Cyprus, about which a longer post is coming. Meantime, as the rain falls outside, I find myself feeling a bit wistful, wishing for the sunshine and proximity to pristine beaches a … Continue reading

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photo interlude

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