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Week 1 - Phnom Penh and Kampot

If you’re not traveling Southeast Asia or making plans to, likely the only thing you know about Cambodia, if anything, is the temples of Angkor in Siem Reap. 1,242 more words


Scene matched my mood

It was one of those gray and sad days where nothing feels quite right. Even the off-kilter light standard matched the way I was feeling.

Levelland, Texas
photographed 11.9.2016


Discover–A Time To Catch Up

My mailbox is full. Just under 400 messages from WordPress in the space of a couple of days with comments on “It’s A Kind Of Magic… 307 more words


The end of this place

Back in March 2013, I posted some photos of an abandoned small-town motel, Crider’s Motel, in Johnson City, Texas. One of the blog posts was titled “Crider’s Motel may be past its prime.” 91 more words


Winter Adventures

Last January, my mom and I hit the road in Janesville to explore some cool places to take photos. It was cold, and my mom thought she’d be cute and pose like a dancer (as part of the Dance Matters Project). It was a great day.

(Almost...) In the Ruins of the Cold War Bunker - materiality, affect and meaning making

Nearly there – the manuscript will be with the publisher by the end of this week. Here’s a sneak peek at the 14 essays that make up my bunker book (due for publication by Rowman & Littlefield International in August 2017, as part of their Place, Memory, Affect series… 1,648 more words

Meaning Making


While traveling around Northern Alabama, I encounter many abandoned buildings–homes, businesses, barns.  Some of the buildings obviously lack love and care, and passersby watch them slowly fall to pieces. 316 more words