By: Patricia On: December 03, 2015 In: Featured, Writing Comments: 0

A couple of days ago, a story made the rounds in Panama regarding a man who videotaped a bus driver refusing to pick up a person in a wheelchair. The short video starts with the man taping the bus driver, who is angry she is being taped. The man argues...

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By: Patricia On: March 30, 2015 In: Etchells, Featured, Photography, Portraits of Sailing, Sailing Comments: 0

A few portraits from the action at the Etchells Midwinters in San Diego, CA.

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By: Patricia On: January 28, 2015 In: Featured, Photography Comments: 0

There are intriguing images and stories everywhere we go. The Taxi by the Pool is one of them.

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By: Patricia On: January 27, 2015 In: Featured, Photography, Portraits of Sailing, Sailing Comments: 0

Jugando con la cámara nueva, y no hay mejor lugar que en el agua. Entre la competencia y todo lo demas, no hay mucho tiempo, pero aquí hay algunos de los retratos que logre tomar. Usando un lente fijo de 50mm, 1.8f.  

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By: Patricia On: June 20, 2014 In: Featured, New Zealand Comments: 0

Following a long intermission, we’re back on the road in New Zealand. Our next stops were the Franz Josef and Fox glaciers on the west coast of the south island.

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Last you saw me, I was driving on the left side of the road, wipers going full blast while trying to make a right. The radio in our rental car is blasting Born in the USA and other such American tunes thanks to a Kiwi station’s Fourth of July...

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By: Patricia On: August 07, 2013 In: Christchurch, Featured, New Zealand, Travels Comments: 0

One of the perks of living in Los Angeles is the relative ease of travel to far away destinations. Higher availability of routes and destinations results in good deals for international fares, while direct flights equate to less travel time. That’s huge for us silly Americans with little to...

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By: Patricia On: January 24, 2013 In: Featured, Panama, San Blas, Travels Comments: 5

Growing up in Panama City, it was uncommon for locals to venture to the San Blas Islands, an archipelago of approximately 368 islands owned by the indigenous Kuna Yala. [...More]

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