Aug 23, 2014
Jun 17, 2014
Here are two 360x360 interactive panoramas from my trip to Ndu. Once on the website, click & drag to see fully up/down and left/right.
Jun 10, 2014
With only 26 hours of electricity that week (24 one day, 2 three days later), it was especially challenging since the tools of my trade rely on batteries (cameras, flashes, phone, voice recorder, computer etc).
I got little sleep and worked hard gathering photos (lugging 30 pounds of camera gear around) and interviewing people from the President, adjunct faculty and students. In the photo above I was interviewing Vice President Johnson of the seminary.
Jun 4, 2014
This time of the year there are no shortage of thunder storms in our area. And for this Southern California boy who is used to a mere 12"/yr of rain, I welcome violent storms. During a power outage on Monday I looked out the window to see if the next quartier had electricity, and I noticed this storm south of our house. But what caught my eye were the stars. It's not often that I am able to witness a storm and see the stars at the same time. This meant a mad dash for my camera, tripod and all the other little bits I'd need for long exposures. Et voila!
May 22, 2014
May 12, 2014
I leave in the morning for Ndu on my first solo trip for work. I'm working on a story of a Bible translation degree program largely taught by Cameroonian's as part of the curriculum at the Cameroon Baptist Theological Seminary. Then I'll head back down to Bamenda to visit an orphanage before heading home.