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Photographers work for Haiti Relief

January 27, 2010

Tuesday afternoon, just before 2pm PST, the 7.0 quake hit Haiti leveling much of Port au Prince. Not content with texting a contribution, San Francisco photojournalist Lane Hartwellwanted to do more. Why not produce a magazine as a fundraiser?

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Stilt Walkers

March 7, 2009

8-62-28  stock photo of Tobago, Children practising stilt walking for Carnival
We don’t often get to see the behind the scenes preparations for parades and festivals. These kids on a country road in Tobago must have put in long hours to master the art of stilt-walking for Mardi Gras.

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Carnival Dancer

March 6, 2009

8-176-4  stock photo of Trinidad, Carnival, Costumed dancer

Carnival in Trinidad is a whirlwind of light sound and constant movement. Getting a clean background is a challenge…

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Frommers Caribbean 2009

March 30, 2008

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Get up and Dance

December 7, 2005

Trinidad Carnival for Dynasty

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Great Gardens of the World

December 6, 2005

Jardin de Balata in Martinique for Garden Design,

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Anguilla Better Than Ever

December 6, 2005

Cuisinart Hotel in Anguilla for cover of Latitudes

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The Allure of Antigua

March 21, 2005

Antigua for Endless Vacation

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Still Life with Volcano

March 23, 2004

Montserrat for Caribbean Travel & Life

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Get up and Dance

December 7, 2003

8-176-4 stock photo of Trinidad, Carnival, Costumed dancer

The captivating rhythmic drumbeats of soca and calypso music echo across the broad green of the Queen’s Park Savannah and radiate out to the forested hills overlooking the city of Port of Spain. As you approach the central grandstand the sound grows louder, more varied, the syncopation more subtle. In the dusty forecourt crowds of dancers wait their turn to cross the stage with their bands, dancing to the beat…

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