Travelogue: Nomad

Can you hear it? Your footsteps in sand. The wind rushing by you as you walk towards the convoy of vehicles. You think to yourself. What did the guide say? If the wind picks before 2pm there is a chance of a sandstorm? You look towards the horizon, but see nothing. Crystal blue skies. Not even a cloud in sight. We’re back in Morocco for this weeks Travelogue. Let’s take a walk through the edge of the Sahara Desert. If

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It’s Cloudy in 2014… Wait… What?

The way the new Leica 35mm Summicron-M f/2 ASPH renders the out of focus areas, is incredible. I just love it. Even more so in the latest version of the lens which has eleven aperture blades versus the eight that were present in the last couple versions. The last ASPH version I never really enjoyed the bokeh. It was too harsh for my tastes. But the soft, swirly look of the new 35mm Summicron is something incredible. I may decide

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(Update) 30 Day’s of B&W

It’s a new year, and time for a new set of projects and challenges. Back in late November I started a 30 Day’s of B&W Challenge. The purpose, or goal, of the project was to help me get back in the groove of shooting images at lunch. What did I learn? Have a listen to the latest episode. But I was surprised to find out I shot more images with my iPhone 6s, than my Leica M262. Click on the

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The Leica Travelogue – Dunes

I’m trying something different this time around with the Travelogue. Instead of just showing the picture right away, which you have already seen if you’re viewing the blog, we’re going to paint a mental picture. Hopefully in some way it will translate to the moment I experienced when I was standing in the Sahara Desert in Morocco. I have more to say about the Sahara. More images to show. More experiences to express. But this image is something that has

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On The Street: Diffusion

Altercation’s happen every day on the streets of large cities. Hell even in small ones. But that doesn’t mean that we can all ignore them and turn a blind eye. Sometimes its a good idea to step in and diffuse a situation. Or talk it through with all the parties involved. Even better, its good to see someone actually having the balls to do it. Have a listen. TW

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