My dad gave me his old Argus rangefinder camera and showed me his portfolio. It was about eight pictures he’d taken while walking around Manhattan on winter day in 1947. Over the decades, I’ve traveled all over the world taking photos first with an SLR, two lenses, and film; now with the latest digital equipment. Lately, I’ve been thinking, though, I might go to Manhattan in the winter and re-shoot my Dad’s portfolio.
Yes – I got stuck, when I first rode in a Land Rover. That was back in Africa when I worked at a chimp rescue project. Now I own my second one (a 1970 Series IIA) and spend more time fixing it than I do driving it. (But I do get to write articles about it.) So this is fair warning before you buy an old Land Rover.
My travels have taken me to places like Africa, the Middle East, Europe, South America, and all around the USA. Writing articles, making videos, and publishing photos about these adventures is the second half of the fun. I’m open to new projects, so feel free to contact me. Latest project is a short video about street musicians in Spain.
Do you have a project idea for me? I’m packed and ready to go.