The personal blog of photojournalist Noah Darnell.

Three views of a similar road…

Three views of a similar road…

  Across three states… . . Stay tuned… -Noah D.

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Waiting in line to move very quickly…

Waiting in line to move very quickly…

And, we pick up where we left off: arriving to Detroit. We’re almost halfway through! Not that we want it to go by quickly… One of the little… let’s say… “inconveniences” of Mini Takes the States is the queue times. Whoa is me, poor first world problem, driving across the country, etc, but… but every morning

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A dog under a shade tree…

A dog under a shade tree…

It takes no leash to hold a dog under a shade tree. Starting days cheered onto the track (this time at Richmond). And onward… So far we’ve made it up the eastern seaboard and turned left for west. It would be a travesty to visit this area of the country without visiting Gettysburg… …and the

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A girl, a dog, and a Mini Cooper…

A girl, a dog, and a Mini Cooper…

I have a propensity to do rather outlandish things. And by outlandish, I do not mean “wild” or “unruly.” I just mean… outlandish. Unusual. Possibly idiosyncratic. I’ve never really done anything with the expressed purpose to be different – such as wear intentionally different clothing or cut my hair a certain way or subscribe to some counter-culture

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A solar eclipse at sea…

A solar eclipse at sea…

"The clouds methought would open and show riches Ready to drop upon me, that when I waked I cried to dream again."

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The scale of the sea…

The scale of the sea…

For those of you who were not aware, we sailed a lot in the past few years. And much of this was offshore. Now well over 10,000 miles since Ipswich, we have seen some crazy stuff: weather, places, people, etc. But something has surprised me… I did not take THAT many photos. Don’t get me wrong, I

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Traveling by greyhound…

Traveling by greyhound…

I have said before that before anyone has children they should have a dog. If you can keep the dog alive and teach it a few things, then you can consider child rearing. Prior to that, you have no idea how challenging either can be… Oh, and not a cat. As much as I love

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An apparent lack of posts…?

An apparent lack of posts…?

If any of you have been confused as to why this website has been relatively dormant over the past… year… here’s why: I’m posting on another blog – hosted on my haonavy.com family of websites, of course – and I am doing my best to keep updating it as often as we have stable internet. So,

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Imaging Spain…

Imaging Spain…

We spent ten days in Spain. It is an enjoyable part of the world. Kind people, interesting scenery. The places that we ventured were typically outside the tourist map. And that always is a good thing… Images from Gijon, Ribadeo, Viveiro… all Spain. Stay tuned… -Noah D.

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Truth be told…

Truth be told…

I know there are scores of people around the world who travel by themselves. And they give a multitude of reasons why they think solo travel is the way to go. I, on the other hand, kind of enjoy having someone to share the awesomeness of what happens on the road. In my photojournalism travels

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The day the Sky set Paris on fire…

The day the Sky set Paris on fire…

The day the Sky set Paris on fire began like any other. And just like any other, most people forgot about the Sky.

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Four views of Le Tour Eiffel and an intimate moment…

Four views of Le Tour Eiffel and an intimate moment…

I thoroughly enjoy being able to spend time in a place. Especially, to photograph. To work the scene, to study the situation and the way the light falls, to watch for patterns in movement… At a place like the Eiffel Tower, nobody is going to do something that a million others have not done. But

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