For some reason, while I was in Shanghai in January, I shot almost exclusively with my circular fisheye lens. One exception was inside the Shikumen Open House Museum, which I shot with my 50mm f/1.4 lens. Edge of Humanity Magazine has published a set of these photos: https://edgeofhumanity.com/2017/07/17/china-10/
Just learned that a photo of mine from Sakya Monastery, Tibet is going to be included in the “Moments of Color” exhibit at the Blank Wall Gallery in Athens, Greece. This group exhibit runs April 28 through May 11, 2017.
My first solo photo exhibit ran February 21 through March 9, 2017. Entitled “Wide Angle World: Travels 2006 – 2016,” it was held at the Gresham Art Gallery on the San Bernardino Valley College campus. As the title suggests, all of the photos presented were shot wide angle (35mm or less) and included some of my circular fisheye photos. I have included here all of the photos that were included in this exhibit for those who were unable to attend.
The most recent issue of XplorZine has been released with six pages of my travel photography from Glendalough, Ireland. Copies are available here: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/1245172