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Parra the Beautiful. With the onset of the monsoons, conditions were just right for this setting last month in Parra, my ancestral village in Goa. My father was born here and our last name derives from it. (It is also the home of the disastrous clown who recently served as India’s Defense Minister.) Note that […]

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122 metres high. Háifoss – pronounced how-ee-foss – in the Highlands of Iceland, seen on a classic wintry morning. We were lucky to have just the right amount of snow to add to the atmospheric conditions. For relatively narrow falls such as this one, retaining the natural flow of water is preferable to the ‘cotton […]

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At Lipan Point. Taken handheld while juggling my duties as a chauffeur for my visiting nephew & nieces. Although the backlighting obscures the details, it is worth noting that at the base of the canyon, near the section of the Colorado River seen in the frame, is the Vishnu Schist. How these rocks got their […]

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