Monthly Archives: December 2014

From the Archives: 1961

In 1961 I was very fortunate to be able to drive unrestricted, and without a guide, through the Soviet Union during the height of the Cold War. Here, in St. Petersburg, then Leningrad, the Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ, … Continue reading

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From the Archives: 1960

Sperlonga, a village poised on the top of a rocky crest on the coast, is located half-way down the boot of Italy, near the Via Appia and the Pontine Marshes. Site of the villa of the Emperor Tiberius, it is … Continue reading

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From the Archives: 1969

One of my major projects now is digitizing the tens of thousands of color slides taken over the years, and carefully stored in exactly the way they tell you not to. Nevertheless, with the help of a Nikon D5000 scanner, … Continue reading

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