Well, it should be obvious I haven't figured out a good photo organization scheme. Should one stand at a place and look at all the time that has passed there? Or should one stand at a period of time and look at all the places connected to it? Or start with the people? In cartography there is inevitably some information lost or distorted by the act of projection—of flattening the geography of a celestial body onto a piece of paper. Maybe it is also like this with the geography of memories, attempting to throw it onto a webpage. Or maybe it is a fancy excuse.

Forthcoming: Bar Harbor, Taipei, Hualien, Taitung, Tainan, DC, Baltimore, Chicago, Boston, New York, Atlanta, 2015, 2016, 2017