March 23, 2007


This is one of my favorite photos of Saksaywaman, also known as Saksaq Waman, Sasa Waman, and in Spanish, Sacsayhuamán.


March 13, 2007

Ten West

Freeways in LA, like arteries, transport countless cells through the urban circulatory system.

March 7, 2007

Iquitos Tiles

Many of the historical buildings in Iquitos are covered in exuberant tiles, an architectural influence from Brazil and Portugal.





March 4, 2007

Freedom Won't Wait

Heading west along 54th street towards Crenshaw.

March 2, 2007

In Flagrante Delicto

This made me burst out loud in laughter over my bowl of cereal earlier this week.

For the kid in the photo, it was just another school day and a little bit of tagging in the morning before heading into class.

What the kid didn't know was that the passengers on the bus he was tagging included Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent David L. Brewer, along with a team of reporters and photographers, including Anne Cusack, who snapped him in flagrante delicto.

Certainly, he never expected his photo to be splayed across the front page of the Los Angeles Times.

March 1, 2007

old Lima

Lima was still a small town, especially for a capital city, at least until the late 1950s

central Lima, as it had for centuries, was the focal point of Lima society, and Jirón de la Unión was the chic street in town

these photos are out on the internet, because of their age, the original copyright has expired, and they belong to the public domain