Monthly Archives: April 2016


Berlin Wall

In 1991, two years after the fall of the Berlin Wall I did a story for American Airlines about the reunification of East and West Berlin.  It was a difficult assignment because everyone on the […]

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Indian boys in village south of Bombay, currently named Mumbai.

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Bill Hewitt’s Garage

1955 Chevy in front of Bill Hewitt’s Garage on Maple Avenue in Dallas, Texas.   Remember the days when you could actually work on your car!  Analog!  No computers, no emission control systems, no freaking […]

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Buckskin Gulch

Although no one has ever died here, Buckskin Gulch is on the list as one of the most dangerous hikes in America!   What was I thinking taking my 15 year old here with me this past […]

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West, Texas

If you live here you know how vast West Texas is.   You can go hundreds of miles and see nothing but open land and the occasional Armadillo.   A little trivia.   Dallas to El […]

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Joshua Tree – Keys View

Keys View Keys View is a popular destination, perched on the crest of the Little San Bernardino Mountains, provides panoramic views of the Coachella Valley and is well worth the 20-minute drive from Park Boulevard down […]

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Spanky in Spring

Spanky in Spring It’s that time of the year again!   And my pooch Spanky loves it.   Nothing like taking a break in the bluebonnets after a long walk with your human.

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Big Bend National Park

One of my favorite places in Texas.  However it’s not a weekend getaway.  You drive all day long to get to Marathon, Texas only to realize that the park is another 120 miles away!   […]

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Best job on the planet – Texas A&M

Not long ago I got an assignment from Texas A&M (Mays Business School) to photograph a former alum, Earle Shields. Earle graduated from TAMU back in 1941.  I photographed Earle and his wife in their […]

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