“A section of the Appalachian Trail in Connecticut becomes a wedding aisle for a couple marching beneath an arch of ice axes.” (National Geographic, 1972).
Happy Valentine’s Day, from Johnny. (Japan, ‘67).
“Monks converge annually at the Borobudur shrine to commemorate the three most important events in Buddha’s life - his birth, his enlightenment and his death.” (National Geographic, 1971)
“Hindu splendor rises from the jungles of Java,” National Geographic, 1971.
“Fickle sculptor, the wind each day reshapes Sahara Dunes.” (National Geographic, 1973).
Ruins of Timgad (Algeria, 1973).
Double exposure of pilgrims at the Ganges River during a solar eclipse, National Geographic, 1971.
“Propped by rubble, logs, and faith, a family compound at Yenndouma, Mali, clings to a rock face.” (National Geographic, 1969)