2018 Cloud International Exhibition of Photography

Europe, Exhibitions, International Travel, Photography

Three of my photos were accepted into the 2018 Cloud International Exhibition of Photography, including the two below, “Kuressare Castle” (Color) and “Piazza del Popolo” (B&W). The exhibition will be held in June at Expo YPF, Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aries, Argentina.

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Creative Quarterly Issue 49-50

Europe, International Travel, Photography, Publications

My photo, “Bled Castle Chapel,” is included in Issue 49-50 of Creative Quarterly: The Journal of Art and Design. I was also asked to contribute a photo of what inspires me, which is the globe photo. Creative Quarterly is available at many Barnes & Nobles and independent bookstores in the US and Canada. It can also be purchased online: https://shop.cqjournal.com/collections/magazines/products/creative-quarterly-issue-49-50

You can now purchase select prints of mine online:
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Easter Island – Vinapu

International Travel, Photography, South America

My wife and I recently returned from travels in South America. We ended our trip with a few days in Easter Island, exploring its many sites. This week I thought I’d share some of these sites.

Vinapu is an archaeological complex located on the edge of the south coast of the island, where the airport runway ends. Here one comes across a way of working the stone that does not exist in any other part of Polynesia and that has given rise to many theories about the origins of the population of the island, which relate it to the Inca culture of South America.

You can now purchase select prints of mine online:
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Easter Island – Rano Raraku

International Travel, Photography, South America

My wife and I recently returned from travels in South America. We ended our trip with a few days in Easter Island, exploring its many sites. This week I thought I’d share some of these sites.

Rano Raraku is the quarry where almost all of the 1,000 moai statues that have been found on Easter Island were sculpted. Dozens of stone heads stand out from the ground and as you look up to the top, there are many holes and figures cut out on the rocky surface of the mountain. Here the moai were carved and then they were taken to the ahu or ceremonial platforms, distributed along the entire coast, to honor the memory of the ancestors.

You can now purchase select prints of mine online:
https://society6.com/jgtravels