From Tibet to Egypt:
Early Travels After a Late Start
Starting in Tibet, then on to Mexico’s Copper Canyon and Peru’s Machu Picchu, followed by a dip into Central America and North Africa. The journeys continue into Central Europe, Tunisia, Panama, the Southern Caucasus, the Western Balkans, downtime in London, and finally ending in Egypt. Covering my first few years of exploration, these personal and anecdotal tales of adventure highlight my encounters with diverse peoples and cultures, revealing a respect for history and a sense of growing wonder at the grandeur of the world.
Can’t Get Here from There:
Fifty Tales of Travel
My first collection of travel writing contains travel tales from over forty countries spread across five continents. From a birthday weekend spent in Paris with no money or passport to a camel-jacking in Cairo and being smuggled across a checkpoint in Bolivia, these tales offer exotic locations and out of the ordinary experiences. Some experiences go more smoothly than others.
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Shelter-in-Place Still Lifes:
To mark a year since the beginning of California’s Stay-at-Home order (March 2020) and the start of my Shelter-in-Place Still Lifes project, I’ve put together a free eBook called Shelter-in-Place Still Lifes: A Selection. The book contains a selection of my favorite still lifes taken over the past year. All photos were taken of objects around the house using natural light and photographed using either the Nikon Z6 or Leica CL.
A free copy is available here.
Travel is about the gorgeous feeling of teetering in the unknown.
— Anthony Bourdain