Recently, I watched a video of Lijiang and discovered how dramatically life has changed over the past twenty-five years. This discovery prompted me to assemble the current collection of portraits. “A hundredth of a second here, a hundredth of a second there, put together end to end; that never makes more than one, or two seconds wrung from eternity” (Robert Doisneau). The challenge, for me, was to gather sufficient seconds, from varying perspectives, to begin to understand the Chinese.
China Portraits and Reflections presents my response to that challenge.
Welcoming Spring Published April 14, 2016
You Must Believe In Spring Published March 22, 2016
The Beauty of Clouds Published November 20, 2015
The Beauty of Bark Published October 26, 2015
Hail, holy light! Published July 09, 2015
Ice Floating On Water Published March 28, 2015
Godot Is Not Coming Published January 15, 2015
Stout's Daylily Legacy Published November 14, 2014