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Hacienda Yaxcopoil, Yucatán


Santiago -Mérida, Yucatán

Moorish-Inspired Architecture

Arch -Hacienda Ochil, Yucatán

Hacienda Ochil - Yucatán


Henequen workroom -Hacienda Ochil


Uxmal -Yucatán, Mexico

We arrived in Mexico a few days ago and one of our first excursions was to Uxmal, a beautiful Mayan ruin located about an hour south of Mérida. Once again, our schedule had us there early afternoon and the sun was very bright. The site is much larger than I imagined and is one of the most ornate and well-constructed of the Mayan cities.

Templo del Adivino

Side view

Lone outbuilding



More Angels and Monuments

In thought

Angel b/w oil filter

Looking out



Escape I

Escape II- w/color pencil filter

Walls of color

Curving glass

The Stagecoach company

The name says it...


River Town

The Elizabeth River is a busy, urban, working river. Standing at Waterside (in the background with blue roof), one can watch an array of ships, including freighters, war ships, working tugs and an occasional tall ship flying a foreign flag. Home to one of the busiest harbors on the East coast and the largest naval base in the world, Norfolk, Virginia is proud of its nautical history.

Red ship with tug


Tug II

Angels in America II

Angel contemplating -black and white



Fallen angel


Entrance to the tomb





Angels in America

These images were shot at Oak Grove Cemetery, Norfolk, Virginia, mid-day,  the worst time of day to shoot. However, that is when I could slip away.  I intend to return soon -late afternoon- to get some really great light and beautiful images.

This reminded me of Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize winning play

Watching you...

Angel missing hands

Angel with Cross

Littlest Angel -oil filter

Iron and Ivy