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October 15th, 2014

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Latitude Zero

Sometimes, If I’m lucky, I notice things with an intense joy, and while I observe, there’s no observer, only an awe-inspiring feeling,….for an instant I’m absent, and nothing but this wonder exists. Photo taken on my way to the zero degrees latitude line in the Galapagos Islands. Entry into the Depths Of Perception Photo competition. [...]

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October 27th, 2012

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National Geographic: My Thailand, My Story

We’re very happy to share good news: Bernie is one of Seven First Prize winning Photographers who will travel to Thailand  visiting  Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and  Phuket with Nat Geo Travel documentary Photographer Alison Wright,  author of the best-selling memoir “Learning to Breathe, One Woman’s Journey of Spirit and Survival”. Alison is profound writer, an [...]

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November 5th, 2011

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2011 Nat Geo Photo Contest – 1st Place: Wildlife

Our photo :” Dream with the Seagulls” was selected by the contest’s judge Jim Richardson, He commented that the photo captured the sense of simple moments lived and enjoyed in a passing ephemeral moment.

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October 9th, 2010

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Smithsonian Spotlight: Picture Perfect

Shortly after We received the news about winning the first place award in the Travel category of the Smithsonian 7th Photo contest, the producers of the Smithsonian Spotlight TV Show notified us that we were going to be a part of the program which focused on the behind the scenes of the photo contest judging [...]

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June 14th, 2010

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Galapagos Trip Aboard the National Geographic Endeavor

Our trip to The Galapagos Islands with Tomas aboard the Nat Geo Endeavour was Journey of a lifetime ! We spent 3 weeks exploring, hiking and doing photography in one of the most unique places on earth, it was amazing, specially being able to get up close to some of the world’s rarest species. During [...]

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June 10th, 2010

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Smithsonian Photo Contest

Right before the Galapagos trip Bernie received word that his photo “Yulong River” took first place in the Travel Category of the 7th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photography Contest . With 45 thousand entries from 105 countries, we are proud to have this image selected by such a remarkable institution. The winning photos will be featured [...]

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March 1st, 2010

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FCC Houston Silent Auction

FCCHouston (Families with Children from China) is a all volunteer non-profit organization in Houston which provides social, cultural and educational support for families who have adopted or plan to adopt children from China and for children adopted from China. We were asked a while back if we would like to donate some prints of our [...]

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January 11th, 2010

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The Shanghai Restoration Project

The Shanghai Resotaration Project is the creation of Dave Liang, a brilliant musician out of New York. He has created a unique fusion of modern electronic and hip-hop with classical Chinese instruments. Having traveled all over China, we jumped at the opportunity to have our photography to be affiliated with the Shanghai Restoration Project. Over [...]

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December 20th, 2009

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Houstonian Lite Photo Exhibit

After the National Geographic award was announced, the Houstonian Lite Health Club in Downtown Houston, contacted us and together we organized an exclusive photo exhibit of 4EyesPhoto images in December 2009. Altogether we selected about 40 images which were printed on giclee canvas at Houston Photo Imaging, which did a fantastic job. It was very [...]

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November 29th, 2009

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National Geographic Winner

A friend of mine had told me about the National Geographic Ultimate Photo Contest, after I checked out the site, I got excited and ended up entering 5 out of the 6 categories they had available. I had almost forgot about the contest when I received an email later letting me know that I had [...]