Thursday, May 29, 2014

It is the time of Caesar Augustus. Britaine has rebelled against the Roman Empire by refusing to pay tribute. Bewitching the King, his new wife is resolved to make futile war with the Romans as part of her scheme to usurp the throne. She has also imprisoned the changeling Princess Emegen and banished the valiant knight Leonatus. All hope for Britaine’s survival is lost! Borrowing from Shakespeare’s epic Cymbeline, Emegen of the Faerie combines the Bard’s history, romance, tragedy (plus a little added fantasy) to make a provocative story of virtue in the face of overwhelming darkness--an allegory about love, betrayal, resurrection and redemption.

Saturday, October 5, 2013

I published Mark Twain's Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc through Without The Gate. I designed the covers and wrote the intro. Until this there wasn't a good edition of Twain's favorite but forgotten work.

Anna's getting her Masters in education at Columbia University in NYC

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Here's a picture of me as Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography Chairman reviewing the scores  to award winning ribbons and  medals. This year's WIEP is a whole new ball game with new computer systems, new staff and hopefully new images.

Monday, September 23, 2013

I drove a rig from Buffalo, NY to Calexico, CA (Mexican border).

Sunrise in Arizona with my Canon G-11. Digital Zoom 20x.

Time to get moving.

Hopi Truck stop. A step above and interesting artifacts.

Arizona has the most diverse landscapes. From the snow mountains of Flagstaff to the Sonoran Desert near Phoenix

Cactus in the Sonoran Desert

In the desert

In Navaho country. The painted desert.

Monument Valley in Utah

Friday, April 6, 2012

The Tempest   Pete Lounsbury 3 2012