Arrested in the Adirondacks

Years ago I got “arrested.” I was in grad school at the time and a few buddies and I decided to head up to the Adirondacks for a weekend of camping. It was mid fall and the mountains were exploding with color. Three … Continued


A Night Blossom in Brooklyn

Peer overhead during the coldest, bleakest winter days and spindly branches splinter the monotonous grey skies like a web of shattered glass. Come spring, when the breath of rebirth blossoms, a riot of color and perfume fill the air. The views of … Continued


Dreaming of Northern Lights

Wispy green apparitions dance through the night like the souls of lost Vikings, lost at sea, seeking their ancient Icelandic homeland. Once a village of turf huts and scruffy seafarers, Reykjavik has become an international destination for finance and tourism, … Continued


The Golden Hours of Amritsar

Sunset and sunrise cast a dramatic light on the mundane and not-so mundane. Nature’s golden sky or a riot of colors glowing from man-made lights often shape our perception and emotional response to the world around us. The same thing … Continued