Happy Mothers Day

TIA would like to extend fond wishes to all the mothers, grandmothers, great-grandmothers, aunts, and sisters on this Mothers Day -- today and always. To commemorate the occasion, please enjoy a few images of a real "mother goose" and her goslings at Lake Union Park in Seattle. Mother Goose and her goslings at Lake Union... Continue Reading →

Yesteryear 2020 – One Last Look

This article will be the final entry for La Vue Atypique in 2020, a year that many people around the world are looking forward to not (or never) looking back at ever again. There is little need or desire to recite the multiple reasons for 2020's universally accepted moratorium as the world continues, presently, to... Continue Reading →

11 Years of TIA!

December 1, 2020 is, unbelievably, the 11th anniversary of TIA International Photography. This was the day that the City of Seattle registered TIA as a licensed sole proprietorship in the business of offering professional photography services back in 2009. This article serves as a greeting of gratitude for all of you who have been perpetually... Continue Reading →

“Brand New Day”

Revised on November 11, 2020. Today is Saturday, November 7, 2020. It's a little after 10:30pm Pacific Time. It's an historic day in the United States, and I wanted to take a few moments to commemorate it so that I can always remember it. This article contains tidbits of what happened today that I would... Continue Reading →

Signage of the Times

"Black Lives Matter" signage is appearing all over the City of Seattle. Question: "Why is the movement suddenly resonating with everybody *this time*?"

The Photographer, The Police Officer & The Politics

Downtown Seattle, Waterfront & Alaskan Way Viaduct If you’ve been a resident of Seattle for a few years, then you’re probably very familiar with how much the city has evolved between your earliest memory and most recent recollection.  The central business district of Seattle has expanded outwards and upwards, with dozens of new cranes surrounding... Continue Reading →

Adieu Été, Sayonara Summer

Another sumptuous summer in Seattle has concluded.  Seahurst Park, Burien, Washington. I have lived in Seattle for seven and a half years, and it feels like each summer season is better than the previous.  It’s a city where it never gets too humid, there’s plenty of sunshine, and the grey skies that seem to threaten... Continue Reading →

Tuesday, September 11, 2001, remains one of the most surreal and darkest days in world history and human civilization.

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