Calcutta Ferry Quay A few women wait on the quay in Calcutta, India. They wait for the ferry to take them across the Hooghly River, a branch of the Ganges.
At the Museum, on ongoing, albeit occasional, series of images I have made in museums around the world. Thanks to COVID my museum visits have been limited of late.
Sun-drenched in Portugal. A villa basks in the midday sun along Portugal's Atlantic coast.
Nothing Digs Like a Deere. Clearing the way for more retirees in Southwest Florida. They say a thousand a day move to Florida fleeing the Northern climes.
An Anhinga preens while drying its feathers, all the while keeping a wary eye on the photographer.
A Great Egret flies by over the marsh in the early morning light.
A rickshaw puller rests while his fare tends his shrine in Calcutta, India. The rickshawalas, or rickshaw pullers, are a dying breed in Calcutta and Northeastern India and Bangladesh. Brought…
A Burrowing Owl keeps a wary eye on the photographer while its mate is out foraging for insects to feed their young who are safely hidden in their burrow…
The Green Thorn-tail Hummingbird - a Little Jewel of Costa Rica - shares its perch with a spider web.