Idaho: It’s Not Just About Them Taters

Don’t go to Idaho, they say. There’s nothing there but their damned potatoes. There’s not much you can do except ski, snow tube, snowboard to your heart’s content; or walk around artsy downtown Boise for the modern feel or Idaho City for the older, more authentic one; or visit the State Penn amongst … [Read more...]

Geraldton: Aboriginal Australia’s Face

She says, “You can’t tell me there were no Stolen Generations. They took my mother and my four brothers and that feels like taking a lump of gold out of my pocket.” Australia was aboriginal long before the convict-carrying vessels came and this is something that many people these days neglect to … [Read more...]

Ujamaa: Makonde’s Gift To The World

Intertwined figures locked in a dance, depicting a culture so universal that permeated unity which the society now seemed to be deprived of. The Makonde tribe’s intricate wood carvings was more than a story, it was the apologue of life. // Taken October, 2013 while photowalking with Iko // … [Read more...]

Phnom Penh: The Seat Of Forgiveness

Idealism came with a cruel price for the Khmer people, pointing fingers have become redundant. Phnom Penh, Cambodia struggles to rebuild itself – to take pride and wear it, to sleep peacefully again, to forgive but never forget the nightmare that killed thousands. // Taken April, 2013 while … [Read more...]

Qutab Minar: Embracing India

They say life only happens when you start embracing it; so here is my genuine attempt at embracing India --- an unplanned stroll around Delhi’s tallest fort, Qutab Minar, and its ruins // Taken January, 2013 while photowalking with Iko // … [Read more...]