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After experience this power celestial event today, it brought me back to my last total solar eclipse – Morocco. I wanted to hop on the interwebs to share with you this amazing event and how it compared to my last solar eclipse. In the tiny coastal town of Newport, Oregon thousands looked upward today at […]

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Recently, I had the opportunity to visit the Czech Republic. Over the years, I heard tale after tale from fellow travelers about the atmospheric nature and beauty of Prague. That I would love the city. And I did enjoy it. But from one traveler to the next, I loved the Czech small towns more. Prague’s […]

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Recently, G Adventures brought me in to photograph one of their Canadian tours and create a Visual Adventures for their popular blog, Looptails. This combination of traditional work and modern social media content is becoming more and more common as companies, organizations and brands look to utilize photographs and photographic content for both their traditional […]

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Kutna Hora’s Sedlec Church (also called Bone Church), located an hour from Prague in the Czech Republic, is one of the most unique church’s in Eastern Europe. Below is a photograph of its stunning, and slightly creepy, ceiling. Human bones form intricate designs, in addition to a massive chandelier.

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The chandelier hung low from the ceiling. Joints along the main shaft connected femurs and other long bones together. Pelvic bones splay out forming plates for candles. Skulls were embedded between the arms of the chandelier. This massive ceiling art structure was made using everything bone in the human body (plus a few extras). Kutna […]

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