I’m gonna let the pictures do the talking here as much as I can. Our three days in Zambia were mostly just sitting in a truck and taking pictures of stuff, so there’s not much to tell. Yes, those are … Continue reading
April 2007 Archives
My favorite author, Kurt Vonnegut, died yesterday. I spent a particularly grim stretch of my early twenties devouring everything he’d written – and little that he didn’t. I was broke and unemployed, aimless, friendless, and more than anything, I now … Continue reading
Should you find yourself planning a trip to Timbuktu, may I humbly suggest you reconsider. I say this as someone who is in Timbuktu, despite attempts to be otherwise. Aside from its alluring name, there is little reason to come … Continue reading
You know when you accidentally take a really extraordinary picture?
Woke up in a tent in the Sahara desert. Feet cold. Wind howling. Camels barking. Wasn’t it David Byrne who once said, “Well…how did I get here?” Threw on some clothes and raced into the dunes to catch the sun … Continue reading
First things first: if you’re coming to Morocco and you’re looking for a guide, contact madaboutmorocco and ask for James Cutting. James is also a location manager/scout and close protection specialist (that’s fancy for bodyguard) serving the surprisingly large amount … Continue reading
Part threes are tricky. With part twos you’re saying, “Hey, part one worked out pretty well. I’m going to do it again and see if folks are still interested.” With part threes you’re saying, “I think I’ve really got something … Continue reading