Category Archives: Street Photography

Once a Home, Built in 1907

There aren’t many buildings in Tucson, AZ that are more than 100 years old. This week my photography students and I were granted special access to one of Tucson’s oldest buildings, the Manning House. Once a private residence, what sits at 450 West Paseo Redondo is now El Rio Health‘s headquarters.

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I Don’t Have Much, But I Do Have…

The monsoon season is just upon us here in Tucson, AZ, bringing with it awesome clouds and fresh, sweet-smelling air.

…a place to sit and watch the sunset.

a place to sit and watch the sunset (my backyard)

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I Don’t Have Much, But I Do Have…

As a homeowner in Tucson, AZ, I know what it’s like to wait for the season’s first monsoon, that giving of life that your plants so desperately need. Not only does it bring relief to dry, yellowing cactus that, by July, are shriveling up upon themselves, but it also brings a cool breath of air after months of what feels like a hot blow Continue reading I Don’t Have Much, But I Do Have…

Young Love

Wow! Has it really been a month since I’ve last posted here? As a quick fill in, I’ve accepted a position as a history teacher at Desert Christian High School in Tucson, AZ and am super pumped about it! That said, preparing to be a teacher is a consuming task and I’ve been lost in thoughts of how to be the very best teacher I can be rather than in how to best compose my next image. Also, I went on a two-week vacation this summer which included three national parks, the beach and a family reunion. I’ve been busy, to say the least. With that, here’s a photo I took at Mission Beach in CA. Ahhhh, young love!DSC_6603c