Where the Water Runs Slow

Posted by on Sep 28, 2017 in Documentary, essays, places, Taiwan | One Comment
Where the Water Runs Slow

Pingtung, the southernmost county of Taiwan, appears to be forgotten by time. Lying between mountains and coastline, this fertile farmland is scattered with small villages connected by narrow strips of road. Traditional red brick farmhouses, sitting dilapidated and empty, dot the countryside. As we arrow down the road, through signless corners and level fields, the […]

Maine Avenue Fish Market – Forgotten Summer of 2015

Maine Avenue Fish Market – Forgotten Summer of 2015

The Maine Avenue Fish Market is one of the few remaining open air seafood markets in the United States. This vibrant market, in the shadows of Interstate 395, is situated along the banks of the Washington Channel in Southwest Washington, DC. History After the civil war, Southwest DC was developed to provide inexpensive housing for […]