Buenos Aires Rooftops

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Look Up!  Life’s happening up there.  I’m rarely disappointed while sightseeing and look up to capture street scenes far above street level.  There’s an intimacy, a slice of life, that’s revealed from this perspective. I hope that you enjoy the view!


Home on the Range

A little bit of Rocky Mountain heaven. You can breathe out here!

View From the Bridge

Ok, so what if Atlanta is the second most dangerous city in the United States? We were armed . . . with our poor judgement and our cell phones and our tripods. When we were standing on the Jackson Street Bridge late, the other night, I was happy just to gaze at virtually abandoned highways, and marvel at a beautiful skyline twinkling against a starless sky.

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So I was wondering, where is house number "41"? This is the last image for now, in our mini series on Tangiers, Morocco. I hope to return some day to this fascinating north African country of ancient history, mystery and intrigue.

The Woman at the End of the Street

The winding streets and alleys connect homes and businesses and lives. The women walking in the streets and selling their wares in the market places were illusive, tentative and avoided all contact and conversation.



Intense determination is reflected in these faces, as another sun drenched day begins, in the ancient city of Tangiers.

A Streetcorner in Tangiers

I thought that we might spend some time in the northern Moroccan city of Tangiers. We took the ferry from Gibraltar to Tangiers and spent the day exploring this mysterious and exotic city. Dark alleys, hidden passages and over-sized colorful doors, were at every turn. Bustling markets (indoors and out) sold specialty items at prices set just for us! History and intrigue are in the brick and mortar of this city that feels like a village; an atmosphere suited to real-life spy stories and visitors with secrets.