Q: In January you traveled to south India to study ancient Hindu temples. Would you share some photographs from your trip?
A: Yes, I spent three weeks in south India. Having embarked from brown and gray New York City in winter, I was quite stunned by all of the gorgeous color. Since I already posted many photos onto my Facebook and Pinterest pages (see links on sidebar), I will focus on Madurai, perhaps the most photogenic city I visited.
Comments are welcome!
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Hi Barbara – I wonder if you remember me – from San Diego – cousin of both Carolyn Marks and Ben Schoenzeit and fellow pilot. My wife and another couple will be in NY March 8-12 for a family function, and wonder if you would be in town, and if you would like to meet. We’d love to see your studio, but we’ll leave the details up to you. We’re all staying at the Hotel Roosevelt – My cel is 619-884-9796 – Please let me know.
Best, George and Bette Marks –
George, thanks for being in touch. Certainly I would enjoy meeting you, Bette, and your friends at my studio. Want to work out details as the date gets closer?