While in high school, a professional choreographer taught us Csárdás — Hungarian folk dance. I thought that the footwork and rhythm of Csárdás represented pinnacles of complexity. Recently, I was lucky to observe the Basque folk dance rehearsal in southwestern France. The group is preparing for the annual village festival. Repeating the moves was not a simple task and seemed just as elaborate as Basque language.

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Little gosling need help reaching the nearby pond while his parents were chased away by coyote.

 

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It was an extraordinary assignment about Eugene’s craft beer scene for the award-winning Latitudes magazine. The story was written by Portland’s very own Annelise Kelly. My assignment began in one of the most picturesque spots of the McKenzie River headwaters. Essentially, this is where Eugene craftsmen’s passion for water and hops begins.

photo of McKenzie River in its headwaters

McKenzie River headwaters, Oregon
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From there, I was on for wonderful discoveries of kindhearted people and the culinary environment that they created and continue to bestow and nurture.

photo of pizza in the oven; Oregon Wood-Fired Pizza

Oregon Wood Fired Pizza; Eugene, Oregon
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photo of publication in Latitudes magazine, January 2014 issue

Tear sheets | Latitudes magazine January 2014 Issue

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