Take it, man.
Greg Tardy headlining at Tallahassee's B Sharps Jazz Clubs, one of the coolest, most intimate jazz spots, going.
Out of The Mist
A Gentle Rain is Gonna Fall
A Watery Web
An insect seeks a sip in the Indonesian jungle.
Warm against cold
Summer weather rolls in against a cool spring, captured on an iPhone from the ferry.
All Eyes on You
An Inuk child is all eyes on in Gjoa Haven, Nunavut.
Living to Tell About It
A mighty Bengal tiger tried to kill this villager, but he fought it off, survived gaping wounds, and became a local legend.
India's Emerging Middle Class
A rickshaw driver gives a lift to members of India's emerging middle class in 2009, where enormous inequality still plagues the world's largest population.
Thank Heavens for Honey
Fishing the Peel Watershed
I watched this aboriginal guide hook one trout after another, as quickly as he could bait his hook, in the pristine wilderness of Yukon's Peel Watershed, which environmental activists are fighting to protect from mining companies.
From the Hook to the Frying Pan
In the Yukon wilderness, fresh caught fish go from the hook straight the frying pan after quick work with a knife.
On the Lookout
An aboriginal hunting guide walks point to guard against a grizzly bear attack in the Yukon's pristine Peel Watershed.
The Dead Are Watching
The Jungle Reclaims
Roots of a towering tree in the Cambodian jungle reclaimed the stone walls of this ancient temple.
Pounding Gold Leaf
Working in sweltering heat, Burmese workers pound gold with rubber mallets to make the leaf that worshippers press on Buddha statues to express their reverence for eternity.
Gold Leaf in Burma
Hours of pounding with rubber mallets reduce the gold to thin leaves that are stacked on wax paper for sale to Buddhist worshippers.
Here's Looking At You . . .
Seal on the Rocks
Walking in Sunshine
A Burmese mother and her sun, their faces covered with traditional sunblock, walk in the blazing sun.
Hot Sun, Cold Ice
Berries In, Black Gold Out
A fadcinating look at life, in all its tragedies and triumphs, from Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Paul Watson