Walls That Speak

Walls That Speak

Finally I am moving forward with a project that somehow has eluded me for several years. When asked why I don’t put these pictures together in a book I always just whine and mumble. I do that because I am ashamed to admit that I’m scared to try to do it. I...
Pictures of Children Hardly Ever Fail

Pictures of Children Hardly Ever Fail

There was an article in yesterday’s Times announcing an exhibition of David “Chim” Seymour’s photos at the ICP. Seymour was one of the founding photographers of the respected photo group, Magnum, in Paris, 1945. Many of his photographs taken...
Hispanic and Historic Siler City

Hispanic and Historic Siler City

I dare say the fact that I was born there does not give a bit to the historic nature of Siler City. I never really lived there since my parents moved in my first year of life–all the way to Asheboro. Never really thought about it again until I read Paul...
Rent a Bike

Rent a Bike

Paris is not becoming Amsterdam, but there are more and more bikes in the streets. One can get a bike by leaving a deposit, ride it to their destination and turn it in and get their money returned. This is as very healthy way to deal with traffic and local...