Please select a link below to explore further:
Click here to view Mark's and Anne's (daughter) Northern India Photos from 2003
Click here to view Mark's and Anne's Greece Photos from 2005
Click here to view Mark's and Anne's Thailand Photos from 2007
Click here to view Mark's and Annes's Southern India Photos from 2009 (sorry - new camera, very large images, slow to load)

The images below are what I showed at the Dunn Brothers Coffee Shop in the summer of 2007.
They are black & white images of Algeria (1979) and Turkey (1976).
Digging through old boxes I came across my old 35mm negatives for these photos but no longer had the prints.
They were scratched and scuffed so I scanned them and took them into PhotoShop for clean up and printed them on photo paper.
I them built 20 wooden frames, each to hold 2 pieces of glass, between which the photos would float. Then painted the frames black.
It was about a 7 month project. The framed photos look better than this web content but here are some of the images.

Featured Images from Algeria and Turkey

Three women and child, Algeria - 1979

Arched doorway, Algeria - 1979

Outdoor cafe, Algeria - 1979

Proud girl on steps, Algeria - 1979

Old man's tea makings, Algeria - 1979

Corner in covered market, Algeia - 1979r

Mohamed's mom, Algeria - 1979

Children near steps, Algeria - 1979

Just a street, Algeria - 1979

Old man drinking tea, Algeria - 1979

Men at sea, Turkey - 1976

Goat herder, Turkey - 1976

Me and the gang, Turkey - 1976

Father and son, Turkey - 1976

Proud man displaying goats, Turkey - 1976

Stone street to sea, Turkey - 1976

Two friends, Turkey - 1976

Teashop owner, Turkey - 1976

Butchering of goat, Turkey - 1976

To view some old computer-generated images (CorelDraw):

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  • "Radiator"
  • "Blinds and Bells"
  • "Oriental Billiard Balls"
  • "Fencepost"
  • "Lamp with Glass Vase"
  • "Ornamental Nothing"
  • "Cups Distorted"
  • "Pencil and Paper"