Posts Tagged ‘Sunset’

Bed-Stuy Sky

Bed-Stuy Sky

Life has been particularly stimulating this summer in New York. After a rather lengthy break from posting new images, I finally return with a new line-up of photo-stories about this dynamic city. The first series is about gritty September skies observed during my recent stay in one of Brooklyn’s most colorful neighborhoods – Bedford-Stuyvesant. Taking […]


Tulum Sunsets 2011: Quintana Roo, Mexico

Tulum Sunsets 2

When I first moved to Tulum, I couldn’t stop shooting sunsets. Now, two years later, I’m still shooting them. To mark the second anniversary of my tumultuous relationship with Mexico, I want to share this second installment of Tulum Sunsets series. And here is the first if you’d like to revisit.


San Felipe: Yucatán, Mexico

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What always strikes me when traveling around Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, is that often a tiny, seemingly insignificant place or village, somehow ends up revealing to you the biggest, most magnificent display of natural phenomena in the most matter-of-factly way. San Felipe on the Gulf Coast of Mexico is one perfect example.


Karuna Sky: Nayarit, Mexico

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While staying true to my beloved photo-tradition of observing daily changes in the sky, I approached this project much more rigorously than my previous ‘Tulum Sunsets’ series. Namely, I treated it like a scientist would treat an experiment, controlling for all variables except my main subject – the sky. Depending on weather conditions, I narrowed […]


Tulum Sunsets 2010: Quintana Roo, Mexico

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A long time ago I fell in love with Tulum. Over the years, this Maya town on the Mexican Caribbean coast revealed to me a wondrous multitude of sights and sounds. Yet, when I followed an old dream of a new life by the sea, what moved me most was the drama of Tulum sunsets. […]