“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” ― John Steinbeck

Here are a few images from yesterdays walk through Warsaw in the snow. Next stop, Seattle where a much different type of winter waits. And when I return to Poland, the winter that I have grown to love will still be waiting.

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Reflecting on Reflections

Just a simple puddle that I pass can offer a different way of seeing the world surrounding me and makes it feel vibrant, mysterious and a little more interesting.

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ANALOGUE. A day at the beach.

Recently, I received back a roll of T-Max 100 film from a day of shooting on the sunny but chilly beaches of Ustka this last autumn.

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Personal Cinema; Intersections

This one titled “Intersections” is not necessarily the most popular, but it is one that really shifted my senses about how and when to shoot my subjects, carefully selectng the way they entered the frame and became my story.

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Personal Cinema; Rear View

This was not ever going to see the light of day. When I looked back at this one after shooting one morning heading into work, I just didnt like it. The young man was in an odd spot and it didn’t move me so much, seeming so ordinary, plus I again hated the graffiti in the window and was not wanting to call attention to it.

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Personal Cinema; This Morning

Story of the image “This Morning” taken in Poznan, Poland.

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Basking in the Sun and Eating far too many Pastel de Nata. Travels in Portugal.

As the title suggests, the days spent in Portugal were filled with amazing sunny scenery and after eating the first bite of the custardy delicious Pastel de Nata it became the immediate go-to, must have, eat as many as I can possibly get my hands on treat. And I did.

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In Review; August

From the very first day of August, the month proved to be a big one, filled with mostly warm, sunny days and all kinds of instances where discovering our new home here in Warszawa often meant playing the part of tourist while doing it and we often would voice our disbelief that this was actually our home and not someplace we were visiting.

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Velvet

October 24th, 2013 Fog is something I feel like I have never been properly introduced to until I moved to Poland. Here the fog is thick, luscious and atmospheric, often feeling like a Hammer Horror movie set and half expecting a Vampire to emerge. But no, it’s just a big velvety blanket of nostalgic goodness…

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In Review; July

July 2018. Warsaw July came and went so fast I feel like I didnt really get to enjoy it that much. But, when I look back at all of the images I shot…I would have to say that I really did enjoy it and in fact, I can easily say that I enjoyed the hell…

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