Holding Hands

This photo was taken in Arusha, Tanzania. It was out side a church after one of the children were baptized.

Wetlands Mud

This photo was taken at Cheng Long Taiwan. One of the artists, Ya Chu Kang had tried to walked out to her art work and found it rough going. She decided that the frog suit would work better. I think this photo contrasts nicely with my previously upload one with the clean hands and red finger nails.

Red Nails

Jane Ingram Allen taught paper making at the Santa Rosa Junior College. There were some very committed students. One had wonderful hands that had sparkly red paint.

Handmade Paper on a Tree

My wife is teaching a paper making class at Santa Rosa Junior College. One of the students formed her wet paper into the tree bark. It was drying and coming off the tree. It makes a beautiful relief sculptural paper. The paper is abaca from the Philippines.

Head Toting

I seem to be looking back on photos that I did a number of years ago. This could be because I’m trying to organize them into categories. This photo was taken on the street in Arusha Tanzania. It seems to have a blend of old and new, bland to bright colors and lots of stories.

Venders

Vietnamese venders were everywhere in this Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City day market. The women is selling dragon eyes and the man those “toys” that when moved giggle some part of their bodies.

Whispering

These two women were attending the Cheng Long Wetlands International Environmental Arts Project held in a small village on the southwest coast of Taiwan. The photo was taken at Taiwan Night celebration.

Packing Fish

These ladies are packing fish in Styrofoam containers. The fish are grown in fish farms in and around Chenglong, Taiwan. Once the fish are put into the containers ice is put on top, the top sealed, containers loaded on trucks and driven to different areas of Taiwan.

To Water

I’m very pleased to announce that my photograph “To Water” was selected by the juror Wally Mason for the exhibition Water! at The Center for Fine Art Photography http://www.C4FAP.org in Fort Collins Colorado. The exhibition is from August 30 to September 28. Please go see the exhibit if you have the chance.