i n t r o
p h o t o g r a p h y
w r i t i n g
v e n u e s
b l o g
a r t i s t s
o u t r o
a f f i l i a t e s
page 1 of 8 | two | three | four | five | six | seven | eight

  • Journalesque | Siem Reap: Recalibration in Indo-China
    He's lived there ever since, his daily routine an impossible wish list of ambition. He teaches and cooks, cleans and solicits, builds and beckons. Prayer fills the gaps, gaps fill the prayers. His heart aches most for what it can't provide, for the children who will follow in his footsteps, things he'll never be able to right. He never mentioned himself, never lamented his own loss; he only measured that in what he couldn't make possible, regardless of supply or circumstance.
  • Poetry | Villa Marina

  • Poetry | Passing Madame Tussaud, Times Square

  • Poetry | Romantic Dream, Lenses, Endless Motion

  • Poetry | Mediterranean Lullaby

more >>