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March 31, 2013


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Another fantastic set of images... so much to look at in each one, and such beautiful compositions, such insightful portraits, such great colour... really enjoyed the set, thank you!


Thanks, Kavey! I can't believe it has taken me this long to post stuff from that trip but more unbelievable is that I haven't been able to make it back there yet. Really amazing - a photographers dream. Hopefully, 2014. Let's hope.


I always feel like I'm walking the streets with you when looking at your pictures. So much details in people's faces and the streets. Really, really excellent set of pictures!


Thanks, Teri - Really appreciate it. I'm not sure if you saw the project I did while I was in India?http://davidhagerman.typepad.com/weblog/2010/02/far-from-home-life-in-a-school-for-tibetan-refugees-in-india.html

Let me know what you think.


Thanks for sharing the link-- I haven't seen those before. Another great set of pictures that do the storytelling. I'm curious... given that you and Robyn do a lot of traveling to different parts of Asia and Turkey, do you both pick up the local language to communicate with the people? Or do you rely on gesture? Although I'm sure you both are pretty comfortable communicating in Turkish now seeing the number of times you've been there.


Hi Teri - Robyn is the linguist in the family - my skills are basic if at all. I would say that for me I rely on non-verbal cues and am prepared to make a complete idiot of myself. The later is a skill that I can say I have mastered.

Drake S. Withers

Beautiful--I especially like the light in the last frame.



Thanks, Drake - Early morning light - gotta love it!

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