Beautiful Moorish architecture and art, Mezquita, Cordoba, Spain. Notice the Star of David above the door.
Rabbi's walking through the gates of the Lodz Cemetery 2011
Art Gallery in Helsinki, Finland
I went with a group of Photographers to photograph Santa Monica Pier after a rainstorm. The sky was clear and the sunset was awesome. 2016
Santa Monica Beach after the rain. 2016
Downtown Los Angeles, 2015
Santa Monica Pier at sunset
Sunrise at the top of the crater, Haleakala, in Maui, HI 2010
Masaya Caldera, Masaya, Nicaragua 2015 IPhone Photo
Masaya Volcano Caldera in Masaya, Nicaragua, 2015
4th of July Celebration, Jackson Hole, WY 2014
4th of July in Jackson Hole, 2014
Guggenheim, Bilbao, Spain
A wedding in Antwerp, 2010
The Bridge of the Americas, a road bridge that spans the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. We took a cruise on the Canal during the spring of 2013 when Panama was widening the canal to accommodate larger tourist cruise ships.
The Museum of BioDiversity being built on the banks of the Panama Canal, 2013
The Embera and Wounan Indians live in the Darien Jungle on islands off East Panama. 2013
City Center, Vancouver, Canada 2013-iPhone photo
Jewish Cemetery in Prague, 2005
Weaving his net, Santorini, Greece, 2004
Having a smoke break, Santorini, Greece 2005
An officer in Florence giving directions to a tourist.
Owner of the vineyard we visited, Tuscany Italy
Woman in window, Siena, Italy 2003
A small square in Florence, Italy
The Square in Siena, 2003
Street painting in Florence, 2002
Looking across the river to Buda part of Budapest
Budapest, 2004, woman at fountain with sculpture
Old fisherman on Santorini, Greece, 2004. He was preparing some great Greek coffee for us.
Massimo Bossano, our Italian, National Geographic Photographer/guide, Florence, Italy, 2003
A family that works on the Zuleta Estancia. Ecuador, 2003. I went to Zuleta twice, the first time with my friend, Val from Jackson who is an avid horsewoman. I fell in love with the place and the people so, in 2004, I went back with some other horsewomen friends.
Mother and son who live on Zuleta's extensive farm. The women make beautiful linens, knit wool clothing, and stitch everything you can imagine.
Fernando, who manages the Hacienda for his family,
married her soon after we left. The next time we went down we met their son, Samuel.
One of the women preparing a wonderful dinner for us at Zuleta, 2005. Zuleta Hacienda is run by Fernando Plaza, the grandson of a former President of Ecuador. The hacienda is a colonial working farm, 4,000 acres, in the Andean Mountain range that dates from the late 16th Century. It produces milk and cheese products as well as vegetables from a sustainable farm about which Fernando is very proud. The hacienda translates all the waste food into mulch for the vegetable beds.
Macizo del Paine, the Central Massif of the park.
The famous Mirador Torres of Torres Del Paine, Patagonia. It took us three days to get up here to the base. Grueling hike, but the view from here was worth it. We slept in tents at Camp Pehoe and spent the second night in the Refugio, all six of us sleeping on bunk beds in a tiny room. We spent the evening sharing our only bottle of wine and talking about our kids.
Streets of Santiago, Chile
Macizo del Paine, the Central Massif of the park as seen from Pehoe across the lake. 2009
Coffee Bar at the Grand Central market, 2014
Streets of Downtown, Los Angeles
Teton County Fair, set-up day. 2010 Everyone carries their rides and booths with them from fair to fair duriing the summer, camping here to be close to their work.
Luncheon of the '39 CLUB of Los Angeles, whose members are Jews who were in Poland in 1939 when the Nazi's came to take them. This is a four generation family whose oldest members are survivors. They come every year with their families to eat, dance, sing, and otherwise celebrate life.
Dates - fresh from the tree. The Souk, Marrakesh
Chickens for sale in The Souk in Marrakesh. iPhone photo
Grains for sale in The Souk, Marrakesh, Morocco. 2015
Women sifting corn in a souk of Marrakesh
Marrakesh, Morocco, 2015. iPhone photo.
More beautiful fabrics for the Khimar and Chador. The Khimar is worn from head to waist and is very feminine and light. iPhone photo
Marrakesh, Morocco 2015. This dress reminds me of a sari that the women of Sri Lanka wear. It's very feminine and cooling.
Souk, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2015 iPhone
Woman carrying a roll of fabric in the Souk of Marrakesh, Morocco, 2015
New Museo de la Biodiversidad in Panama. Frank Gehry Architect
iPhone NICARAGUA, LEON, 2015
iPhone photo, Cathedral of LEON, NICARAGUA, 2015
iPhone photo, looking into a restaurant in Granada, NICARAGUA, 2015
iPhone photo, Streets of GRANADA, NICARAGUA, 2015
iPhone, GRENADA, NICARAGUA 2015
iPhone, Center Square, night, GRENADA, NICARAGUA, 2015
Marrakesh souk, Morocco, iPhone photo
iPhone photo, a stall at the Souk, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2015
iPhone photo of a passageway, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2015
iPhone photo of vegetable cart, Marrakesh, Morocco, 2015
The Nose of El Capitan, Yosemite, CA I used to climb with John Long, the famous Yosemite climber of the '70's who was the first to climb the Nose of El Cap in one day. Now it's done all the time, but back then climbers who lived in the Valley all summer were the first to climb many of the routes in Yosemite.
Lightening storm over Cadiz in ANDALUCIA, Southern Spain
Frank Gehry's Disney, Los Angeles
Frank Gehry's Guggenheim, Bilbao, Spain
The Alhambra, a Moorish Palace in Grenada, Spain.
Frank Gehry's Disney, Los Angeles