The world before the iPad.
The village kiosk and the café next door, seen on an early morning saunter through Morjim, Goa.
The church at the Ásólfsskáli farm.
The many churches dotting the Icelandic countryside blend harmoniously with the surrounding landscape. It is pertinent to note that while most Icelanders are nominally Lutheran, religion is not taken seriously here.
The wedding of Tulsi will be celebrated in all Hindu households across Goa today. These images of the festivities were taken in 2007 on the island of Chorão.
By the way, the first Hindu member to the US House of Representatives was elected earlier this month and her name is Tulsi.
Go here for photographs from an earlier post on the Tulsi festival.
A glacial outwash plain on a freezing, pitch dark night; the ghostly carcass of an aircraft squeaking in the wind; the dance of the Aurora in the heavens; the relentless roar of the North Atlantic at your back. The frisson experienced in this setting is unforgettable.
The wreckage was light-painted with a torch (flashlight) by my friend, Börkur “Emperor of Northern Lights” Hrólfsson.
See my earlier post for background information on this site.