Blogtoberfest Guest Post: The Tattooed Ladies of the Mohawk Trail, by Ralph Brill

MANY BEAUTIFUL AND INTERESTING TATTOOED LADIES LIVE ALONG THE MOHAWK TRAIL – FROM BOSTON TO ALBANY. WE WILL MEET SOME OF THESE SPECIAL WOMEN IN A BEAUTIFUL BOOK AND TRAVELING EXHIBITION. WE ARE SEEKING TATTOOED* LADIES OF ALL AGES, SIZES AND COLORS WHO LIVE ALONG THIS ROUTE 2 REGION. NUDE WITH ONE GREAT TATTOO OR … Continue reading Blogtoberfest Guest Post: The Tattooed Ladies of the Mohawk Trail, by Ralph Brill

A New England Autumn Wedding and tips for ‘Guest Photography’

We attended a fall wedding this weekend, one of my favorite things to do! I'm a sucker for any wedding, but as autumn is my favorite season and October my favorite month, weddings this time of year are sort of a nuptial hat trick. This ceremony and reception were held in two different Berkshire towns … Continue reading A New England Autumn Wedding and tips for ‘Guest Photography’

Shooting from the Hip with Legend Lou Jones

Photographer Lou Jones has photographed the sloping roofs of Japanese homes as well as inmates on Death Row. He’s trekked to the top of a Hawaiian hotel with his mother, 86-years-old at the time, in tow, so he could show her what he does for a living. He’s been to Cuba as a journalist twice, … Continue reading Shooting from the Hip with Legend Lou Jones

The Wisdom of Coca-Cola

... Im pitching article ideas left and right. Just had my Ireland /France rail travel story published at http://www.gonomad.com, now I'm working on several photo-related articles and a story about taking advantage of the oh-so-easy MARTA system to explore Atlanta, the city from which I just returned. But my advice this week to fellow scribblers … Continue reading The Wisdom of Coca-Cola