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Zanzibar: Exploring Stonetown, Part I

Stonetown Zanzibar Photos Zanzibar. Few places in the world conjure up such exotic images of white sand beaches, turquoise water. Not to mention a melange of eastern cultures as ancient as the spice trade itself. This small archipelago off the eastern coast of Africa is in fact a semi-autonomous region of Tanzania. Read on to see the…


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  • Dave Cohen

    Spectacular photos as usual Chris. Keep ’em coming.ReplyCancel

  • Patti Page

    There are never enough photos! I’m always left wanting to see more!ReplyCancel

  • Ben Werner

    Really loved that.

    The Oman similarities, next the subtle differences from Oman, are really neat.ReplyCancel

  • Craig Werner

    Chris, Fantastic photos. Lots of memories here. Really beautiful!ReplyCancel

Tanzanian Travels: On Safari in the Serengeti, Part I

Tanzania Safari Photography “Serengeti”. No, it not come from the Greek. The name is derived from the Masaai word “Serengit.”  In essence, this means “Endless Plains”. The Serengeti spans 12,000 square miles from north-eastern Tanzania to south western Kenya. It is home to more big animals than you’d dare shake a stick at. Twice a…


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  • Ben Werner

    These are really good…ReplyCancel

  • Craig Werner

    What incredible photos. You truly are talented. The Best!ReplyCancel

  • um…. WOW! Nice work!ReplyCancel

  • Holly Hatch

    Love, LOVE, L-O-V-E these! Absolutely beautiful. Can’t wait to see more. Congrats, Chris. Gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Bernd and Hjördis and Finn

    absolutely amazing! so so great!! all of them!ReplyCancel

  • Judy Benjamin

    AB FAB!ReplyCancel

Amsterdam Adventures: Street photography in Holland’s Capital

Amsterdam Street Photography The next time you look at your international flight itinerary and cringe at the prospect of an 8 hour layover in Amsterdam Sciphol Airport, fear not! Grab your camera and jump on the train. Downtown Amsterdam is worth the short 25 minute train ride from the airport. You can pass your extra…


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  • Stephanie Peller

    Chris- I LOVE the pink bike picture! All the pictures are so cool! You have me wondering how I can redo my girls rooms and our Breck condo using some of your cool photos! Who knew we had such a great artist in our midst? Can you say humble! Love it!!!!ReplyCancel

    • Stephanie,

      Thank you so much for the positive feedback, and for taking the time to post a comment! I’m honored that you would consider hanging one of my prints. We’re thinking of making some larger canvas prints for our new place in Lake Tahoe. Wait till you see the pics from Safari and Zanzibar! If you’re at all serious, I’m happy to upload the Amsterdam and other Africa pics once the Kili shots are done. You will be able to order prints easily from my site.

      Big Hugs from both of us, and all the best to you and your family :)

  • Lori Chesley

    Oooh – the photo of the building reflected in water is a little Dali-esque. Steve loves the bike photos, of course :) Very much looking forward to the Africa recap!ReplyCancel

  • Bernd Zeugswetter

    Great photos! The building shots are all awesome and you found a pug! Can’t wait to see more from your trip!ReplyCancel

Adventures on the Roof of South America: Aconcagua 2011

Climbing Aconcagua This past month we went back to the shady Argentinean city of Mendoza. From there, we geared up for another ascent of South America’s tallest peak. Aconcagua tops out at 22,841′. It is the highest mountain in the world outside of Asia’s Himalaya and Karokoram ranges. Which means that no matter who you are, you’d…


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  • WOW! what a great adventure for a great cause, amazing images. :)ReplyCancel

  • Helen Cowley

    Hi Chris, Hedi

    Miss you loads guys, thanks for amazing time on the mountain…..

    Can not wait to see the pictures

    Can not wait to the next adventure with you guys and kurt …..

    Helsy xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxReplyCancel

    • Hey Helen- Thanks for saying ‘Hi’!
      We just got back from Africa last night. Pictures to come!ReplyCancel

  • Lori Chesley

    Fantastic photos, per your usual! And what a great cause. Thank you for sharing, and we’re glad you made it home safe and sound!

    Lori & SteveReplyCancel

  • Irina

    Absolutely amazing! Definitely makes you want to go!!!ReplyCancel

  • mark smiley

    Awesome photos, makes me want to go, even though it looks super windy! nice work down there.ReplyCancel

Urban Adventures in Foggy San Francisco

San Francisco Photography Mark Twain once said “the coldest winter I ever saw was the summer I spent in San Francisco.” Although the sun may be shining a mere 15 miles away, the Pacific Ocean often lays a thick blanket of fog over the city. Then it leaves it there. Sometimes for weeks. I grew up…

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