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Dominican Republic


Every week (or at least that’s the goal) I tell the story behind a photograph featuring the portrait of a person or two that made me look twice. It’s the kind of picture I would have regretted not snapping. Sometimes they’re about capturing a moment, other times they’re about the story that surrounds it. To see more Portraits Around the …

“Do you have everything? Are you sure? Check again, just in case,” He warned over the phone. “Yes, Dad, I’ve got it. I’ll see you soon!” I was half way down Interstate 95 towards Miami International Airport when I realized I forgot my passport. How did I let this happen? I was, for sure, going …

Welcome To There’s a feeling I get every time I step foot in Dominican Republic. It’s a little warmth in my belly, and a sparkle in my eye. Sure, I’m biased because Dominican is my blood, but it’s not just me who would admit that Dominicans are some of the nicest people in the world. …

Every week I feature a picture taken by myself or Jerry Bauer that tells the story of a person. Sometimes they’re bizarre, informative, or just plain entertaining. To see more Portraits Around the World, click here. Have you ever observed kids playing? They might chase each other with water guns in your neighborhood, or maybe …

This past June, before moving to South Korea, I spent almost a full month beneath the Caribbean sun in Dominican Republic. It was a blissful summer spent laying by the pool, floating in the ocean, scuba diving with starfish, and eating every type of seafood I could get my hands on. The DR is one of …

One of my favorite things to do when I’m traveling is SHOP! I look for hidden roads with little boutiques, vintage stores, jewelry stands; really, anything I can get my hands on. I even love the big crowded markets where you get swept away by waves of people. Walking down the street one day in …