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Tag Archives: Andrew Tonn

Ganpati Year Two

Land of Water

MUMBAI—There is a liquid quality to Mumbai. Water is everywhere, omnipresent without being always visible. It is especially so now in the season of the monsoon, but even during the dry season there is a wetness and fluidity to the place. It is hard to catch your breath as it feels like half the air […]

Crossing and Moving

EL PASO–About a year ago, give or take a week or three, I was in San Salvador and had just found out my wife had been offered a job with the Foreign Service. This meant that the month after my return from Central America would be a blur of moving, packing and goodbyes ending with a […]

Portraits of Grace, House of Hope

To see a digital preview and to buy the book Portraits of Grace, House of Hope, click on this link:  http://www.blurb.com/books/5960660-portraits-of-grace-house-of-hope# ARLINGTON–I first saw Casa Esperanza in the fall of 2006. I spent no more than an hour there, on my way to somewhere else, but it remained etched in my memory. My thoughts would […]

Bob Kendrick’s ABC 6 News, TV news piece on “The Riches of Central America”

ABC 6 News Anchor Bob Kendrick, interviewed me last month about the exhibit at the McConnell Art Center. Kendrick is an interesting and talented guy and I am grateful to him for the coverage and the time and work he put into this piece. Follow this link to see the news spot on YouTube! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNDPdSOMU7w

Faces of Transcarpathia Write up on “La Vida Leica”

La Vida Leica is one of the premier sites dealing with all manner of things involving the German cameras. The entire photo essay The Faces of Transcarpathia was shot with a Leica M6ttl and La Vida Leica picked up on this from the Columbus Dispatch article. Follow this LINK to see the website!

“The Faces of Transcarpathia” Exhibit at the Martin de Porres Center

Books From the West and the East of Honduras

It has been a busy year, and while there was a three week trip with Missionary Air Group into La Mosquitia, teaching, Scouting and having a beautiful baby boy named Henry, a huge part of the past year (or two) has been spent cataloging, archiving, scanning, collating, collecting, organizing, publishing and putting some of the […]

Retro Camera Does Columbus

COLUMBUS–The following are some of a series of images from Columbus, Ohio taken with the Droid Incredible and Retro Camera from Urbian…