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Sao Paulo Cathedral, São Paulo Brazil

The original São Paulo Cathedral started in 1589 and was finished in 1616. A new one was built in its place in the Barogue style and finished in 1764. It was in turn also demolished and the present day cathedral was started in 1913 and was finished in 1954. The architect for the modern day [...]

February 17th, 2010|Travels|

The Mayo Hotel – Art Deco Still Lives On

The Mayo Hotel in Tulsa Oklahoma. In the early 1900's, two brothers created an icon for the Tulsa skyline. Cass A. Mayo and John D. Mayo created their vision for a first class hotel in downtown Tulsa. It represents a classic era of Art Deco Architecture which can be found in numerous areas around Tulsa. [...]

February 17th, 2010|Travels|

Seal Rock Oregon

What had originally been marked as a back up location for my photo shoots, Seal Rock turned out to be one of the highlights of the trip along the Oregon Coast. I meet up with two other local photography friends in Yachats Oregon just south of Seal Rock. It was fairly centrally located between areas [...]

February 9th, 2010|Travels|

Photography from Devils Fire Nevada

To see more images from Devils Fire, click here. The place is known by three different names. The correct name is Devils Fire. Some call it Hobgoblins, and some have called it Little Finland. I will not get into why it has so many names. Just know that the correct name for this location is called Devils [...]

February 8th, 2010|Travels|