Tag Archive: travel

brazos bend | where the wild things are

If you’ve visited this blog more than once, you probably know that I love Brazos Bend State Park.  And I LOVE alligators.  Strange, I know. But an interesting new development from this last… Continue reading

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the fourth

this year, the fourth of july was really special. the day started by walking up early, the giant san juan mountains surrounding us. i was with good friends, my wife was on her… Continue reading

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preview: july 4th, telluride

i can’t think of a better place to be for july 4th.  and of all the time i’ve spent in telluride, i’ve only experienced the 4th once… and it was 11 years ago… Continue reading

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brazos bend

my wife and i haven’t been camping since new years… that’s been weighing heavy on us. we LOVE camping.  to get outside, cook over an open fire, lay in open fields, etc.  it… Continue reading

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new austin skyline

last week, i had a few days of commercial shoots down in austin.  it was great to finally get back down there. but austin is a rapidly changing city…  understatement of the year.… Continue reading

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tELL(E)uride

well, it’s that time of year again; heading to telluride for my best friend’s birthday… no complaints here. and this year, it gets even better.  i was able to share telluride with Elle… Continue reading

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hill country nap

getting away for the weekend to nap in the warm texas winter sun… the hill country way. all images and content © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2010

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30 hours in new york

i had some work in new jersey a few weeks ago… so inevitably, i wanted to make a stop over in the city. nothing more “new york” than jerry seinfeld. and perhaps the… Continue reading

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monterrey… one important role of the church

i went to monterrey, mexico with my church again over halloween weekend. after our first trip a year ago, my church, providence presbyterian, decided to support a small church in the township of… Continue reading

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prague

i was lucky enough to have a 9 hour layover in prague on my way home from lebanon. all images © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2009

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despues de la lluvia

bilbao in spring.  it rains almost every day for a few hours.  but after the rain stops… la luz.   barrika cliffs. sopelana beach cliffs. we took a day trip to san juan… Continue reading

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bilbao, y mas

teba picked me up and took me straight to the little park in artxanda mountain that overlooks bilbao. wow.  what a view. my first look at the bay of biscay.  really, my first… Continue reading

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chasing sunrise

today, the sun came up seven hours early. the plane was shaking.  i don’t much like it when planes that i happen to be riding in shake. quite impersonally, a man hands me… Continue reading

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the old country

as i’ve been preparing for my trip to spain and lebanon, i’ve been thinking a lot about my grandfather, Casey Cohlmia. papa passed away in 2004 unexpectedly. i felt it was too early.… Continue reading

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give reviving

mexico is one of those places that is inspiring and heartbreaking at the same time. i had the unique opportunity to visit monterrey last week to shoot for my church and mission to… Continue reading

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euthanizing my thoughts

i hate writing.   let me rephrase that; i get frustrated a lot when it comes to trying to express myself through the written word.  i tend to be more successful with visual… Continue reading

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travel updates

last weekend, i traveled to richmond, virginia to shoot an ismaili wedding.  ismailis are a sect of shia muslims, and these folks in particular were mostly of pakistani/ indian origins.  it was a very… Continue reading

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remembering travels of the recent past

a few weeks ago i posted about july being a boring month for me.  especially with the anticipation of an amazing upcoming august.  well, august has changed a little, but july remains the… Continue reading

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patience

an unseen, benevolent force has been teaching me a few things recently.  it would seem that patience has never been my forte.  and, it would now seem that i am to learn this… Continue reading

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