Author Archives: Dennis

From Sand Sculptures to Evidence for Tasmanian Devils

Continuing my pandemic resolution to do more B&W photography, I went back to some of our travels to find events that lend themselves to enjoy in B&W.  One of our favorite trips was to the Freycinet Peninsula, 120 miles north … Continue reading

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From Blue Herons to Driftwood Sculptures

When I got my first camera a little over 50 years ago, I enjoyed working in B&W, when one actually had to thread B&W film into your camera.  One of my COVID pandemic resolutions is to starting doing more B&W … Continue reading

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Souks, Roman Ruins and Dinosaur Tracks: Country of Contrasts

Tourists in Morocco tend to stay in the old parts of the cities.  These medinas contain a labyrinth of narrow passages that include the souks (shopping areas) and riads (usually houses of past upper class citizens recently converted to hotels … Continue reading

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