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Apr 29, 2007

Walt Disney Concert Hall LA  

The Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown LA is one of my all time favorite buildings. I’ve been there a few times before, but it’s always fascinating to wander around the outside of the building, especially just before sunset as the metal reflect the changing light and color in the sky.

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Events
Jan 27, 2007

Saturday, January 27, 2007 at 11:34 PM  

My work will be featured in the next show at Nevin Kelly Gallery on U street — Double Vision: The Photographic Work of Yanina Manolova and Mark Parascandola. The opening reception will be Thursday, February 15, from 6 – 9 pm.

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Events
Jan 21, 2007

Fraser Gallery  

My photograph Cabo de Gata was accepted for the Fraser Gallery 6th Annual International Photography Competition. The show will be up from February 9 – March 3, 2007 with an opening reception and awards ceremony on Friday February 9 from 6 to 9 pm. The scene is from the Cabo de Gata natural park in Almeria, Spain.

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It was 40 Years Ago Today …  

1966 was a tumultuous year for the Beatles. They had endured the kicks and punches of angry mobs during their disastrous visit to the Philippines and the outcry over John’s offhanded “more popular than Jesus” remark. It was the year the group renounced performing live after more than four years of relentless touring around the world. George made his first trip to India, Paul bought a manor house and traveled to East Africa, and John decided to have a try at acting. Lennon had been given the role of Private Gripweed in Richard Lester’s black comedy How I Won the […]

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Cortijo Del Fraile  

Federico Garcia Lorca’s Blood Wedding was inspired by a true story that appeared in a Spanish newspaper in 1928. A bride-to-be ran off with another man (her cousin) the night before the wedding, but the groom’s brother discovered the couple and shot and killed the lover. The bride-to-be lived on a farm called El Fraile. Over 75 years later, the ruins of the farm remain in the remote countryside of Nijar in Almeria, accessible only by a poorly marked, unpaved road. These images show part of the chapel building on the property.

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