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Category: Airborne

The Lightroom Dopamine
January 21, 2019
Airborne, Bits and pieces, Photography
Once upon a time—so long ago that in those days, fresh out of my diapers, I was learning to dive and to fly airplanes—I would set out with my beloved Minolta X-700 SLR and a...
Two Worlds
January 10, 2019
Airborne, Always, New York, South Africa
High and low, near and far, micro and macro, slow and fast, grounded and aloft, threatened and free, orange and green, these opposites illustrate the complex tangle of our present...
I Fold, Therefore I Am
September 12, 2018
Airborne, Schtroumpfissime
In moments of sheer panic about the unbearable pressure of being, these days, I am amused by the sense of comfort a neatly folded paraglider gives me. Most everything in our...
It's Never Too Late to Jump
September 2, 2018
Airborne
A bit before I showed up unceremoniously in '64, screaming for attention and throwing in a jaundice for effect, my dad had served as a paratrooper in the French army and landed in...
Advance Iota 2
July 28, 2018
Airborne
The new paraglider is beautiful, a cheerful mix of orange, lime and white. Yes, that matters. With a wingspan of forty-one feet, the glider only weighs a bit over eleven...