This dramatic coastal landscape called Little Whale Cove borders a very special community of inhabitants whose forest footprint remains light, thus preserving much of the woods that hold the cliff's edge.
The weather of the Oregon coast varied as could be expected; however, when the sun finally broke through and the skies cleared, the texture of the surf pounding against a seemingly solid wall of rock, washing forward as well as backwards, was mesmerizing. I was fortunate enough to capture a number of these precious moments and am pleased to share them with you in this album of images.
Professor of Architecture, School of Architecture and Planning, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, Studio Head Paris, France, Former Dean of the School, Former Fulbright to the University of Kabul, Former Peace Corps Volunteer, Tunisia, Fellow of the American Institute of Architects
Sketches from Mount Desert Island Published August 27, 2014
Sketches from Mount Desert Island Published August 08, 2012
Évolution d'un habitat : le monde berbère du Sud tunisien Published October 07, 2011
The Mosques of Djerba Les Mosquées de Djerba Published August 13, 2010
The Mosques of Djerba Published August 15, 2009
Forest Garden on Somes Pond Mt. Desert Island, Maine Published July 14, 2009
A Forest Garden on Somes Pond Mt. Desert Island, Maine Published June 25, 2009
Etretat, Fécamp and Le Havre Published June 26, 2008