My main focus of this years burn was to ‘be’ – not so much to photograph. But I did manage to have a camera along for the girls afternoon art tour, some beautiful random moments, and a ride in Jake’s trike.          

    I couldn’t believe that this is allowed. Comforting almost to know that this lawless pocket still exists in our growing police state of America. A free-for-all on Main St. of Crouch, ID. Cops stood by- parents would let their kids light illegal roman candles, all the owners of the wooden clapboard business stood
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    The difference between a rainforest and a cloudforest is that it’s usually raining in a rain forest, and flat – like the Amazon. A cloud forest is usually on a mountain so high up it’s sits mostly in clouds all day, and gathers moisture from the air without it having to rain. This
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  I could catch a ride to the airport from surf camp, and wanted to minimize my time in Managua,  so I thought it was a good time to then fly to Little Corn Island – a sleepy little Caribbean island off the other coast of Nicaragua. No cars, (so no roads), not even any
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  My adventure in Nicaragua begins on my birthday at http://surftoursnicaragua.com. I will stay for a week, dabble with learning to surf (but I really like boogie boarding!) and shoot some lifestyle imagery for their website. I’m not going to set a bunch of fake scenarios up, but instead wait for life to happen, and
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        Thanks, maptia for featuring my stories! Click on my pic to see my maptia profile and to see all my stories (so far…)     click on each image to see that story I’m billing them as ‘somewhat funny’……..      

  a quick peek at a slice of Japan with 5 hours and $25…… – so it turns out I had an 11 hour layover in Tokyo on the way home. And I was saving $20 for the taxi in Boise, but now that Aaron Beck is picking me up – I’m gonna go see
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