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Mission Heliographique – The Patrimony of Paris in Photos

Sunday, October 4th, 2009

As home to a burgeoning population of urban explorers, France has always been ahead of its time. In fact, the government sanctioned and sent photographers across the country in the mid-19th century on the taxpayer’s dime. The photographers’ goal was to explore and photograph the crumbling architecture and infrastructure of the country.
In 1851, [...]

A Look at the Cal Academy of Sciences of 1891-1906

Wednesday, July 15th, 2009

I find it difficult to write about places I have not seen or photographed – let alone places that disappeared over a century ago. But it’s the exercise of researching and viewing such places through the prism of the past that compels me continue my own efforts at double-speed. Without these scintillas of inspiration, I [...]

Saying Goodbye to Neverland and Michael Jackson

Saturday, June 27th, 2009

I wanted to make this post, not simply to jump on the bandwagon of the media outpouring for Michael Jackson. I’m not here to judge his life or talk about his finances, or his troubled past, or the allegations, or even Bubbles. I’m writing this simply to tell a story. It’s a story that I [...]

 
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