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Kenya, for those who look for silver linings

I recently wrote a story for CNN called “The Optimists Guide to Off-season Travel Bargains,” the idea being that just as every bull market has a bear, every tourist destination has a flip side, a season when prices go down. 504 more words

The Red Admiral

Known as one of the longest-lived butterflies surviving up to ten months is found in North American all the way up to the Arctic Tundra. They have one to two mating flights in the North from Spring to Fall. 15 more words

The Great Migration 2014 Update

Shooting in Masai Mara during the Great Wildebeest Migration has been one of my biggest photographic learning ground over the past few years. The ample amount of shooting opportunities opens avenues for experimentation and a lot of field experience gathered from the Savannah can be applied while shooting in Indian scenarios since opportunities in our forests are rare and its imperative for a photographer to make the best of those rare intrinsic moments in the woods of India. 70 more words


Memories Unspoken: My Grandmother's Hidden Life as a Photographer

Between 1910 and 1970, over six million African-Americans migrated from the southern states of the U.S. to cities in the north and west of the country. 606 more words

Out There

Ghetto Scam and You?

Have you ever heard of buying a house “on contract?”  It’s an expression I hadn’t encountered until recently in an article in The Atlantic.

Basically buying a house… 627 more words

U.S. History

we were all that
we had left & yet to become

we, driven by the hope
of a brighter sun

image: http://www.iaamuseum.org/the-great-migration-and-the-diaspora/