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Senior Photo Editor for National Geographic Magazine, making these iPhone field notes while wandering near and far from home. [streaming via Instagram @chenpamela]
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Stumbled on this sign with a view, which sounds just like it means: “around the back way”. Memories of #Skrova Norway #latergram while accompanying photographer @marcusbleasdale on assignment for @natgeo on our story, the Last of the Viking Whalers, on newsstands now.
Idyllic cottage inside and out. Far from the city with @jsugrue and this little #bear. (at The Inn at Sugar Hollow Farm)
We all wish for roots and wings. Fresh Vermont memory #latergram
And the cow jumped over the moon. Reenactment by Peaches the dreamer tabby #cat.
Full color #selfie in a white room of mist and mirrors (aka the shower).
Tree: hi, truck. Truck: hi, tree. (at Lake Champlain)
Farm wood shop comforts where things can still be made by hand. Backward #boggle (at Woodshop)
#Hand xing on the front step of Ms. Natalie’s Tarot Readings. (at Georgetown)
Me and my first piano, circa Forever Ago. Found in a well-loved fading family album. #ThanksMomandDad for saving these snapshot trinkets long enough for them to become treasured memories. (at Memory Lane)
A meow lives here. Mice tenants: safety not guaranteed. #catpaws (at Flower District)
Shadowfax sighting! The street view transmogrified one day to the next. NYC already feels so far away from Charlottesville, as I’m driving home from working with Nick Nichols @nickngs on his upcoming story for @natgeo. Bringing back terabytes of silver drives and a warm country glow. #horse (at Charlottesville, Virginia)
Pup #dog driver sighting heading down 9th Ave in midtown. Its just me, my human and my sweet ride. Springtime in #NYC is glorious. (at 34th & 9th)
Return to Wonderland. Sebastian peers out from his hiding place, as it might look in his own imagination. Double exposure @romeo_and_sebastian becomes the #cheshirecat (at Fort Tryon Park)
This is one actual wall shared by two buildings. Colliding landscaping visions. #neighbors (at Human Rights Campaign)
“Thus in silence in dreams’ projections…” A round-trip ride at the north entrance if only to enjoy Walt Whitman inscribed in granite on the way. #poet love (at Dupont Circle Metro Station)