Lone Star

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— Paraphrasing Davy Crockett, I wasn’t born in Texas but I got here as quickly as I could. I guess that applies to me. As long as I have lived in Texas (longer than in my home country!), Texas has … Continued

Austin Central Public Library

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— After years of being located on Guadalupe Street, the Austin Central Public Library was moved to its new and more spacious facilities on César Chávez Street, right by the Seaholm EcoDistrict, an area in downtown Austin with residential, business … Continued


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— Sometimes we lose sight of how fragile we are. When I made this shot in 2011, we were spending New Year’s in Taos, New Mexico, along with some dear friends. Seeing nature covered with snow and beauty in the … Continued

Old San Juan

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— A few years ago, to celebrate our 20th anniversary, we spent a few days exploring Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. We walked around the city, visited some churches, toured historical sites, experienced the local cuisine, shopped, and of course, … Continued


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— I often kid with friends that the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) is home away from home. Since I’m a PSL (Premium Seat License) holder, I make it my habit to attend every race. I have even ridden my … Continued

Uros Floating Islands

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— Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world: 12,507 ft (3,812 m) above sea level. The lake has an average surface temperature of 50 to 57 °F (10 to 14 °C). This is where you can marvel at … Continued