I think to be a good travel photographer you have to be conspicuous, uncouth, and obvious. How else are you going to get people to look at you?
The police are just criminals with guns who have no fear of the police.
I must wonder about where anthropologists get off at being so pretentious. I mean, nobody would feel the need to interpret for a painter the fundamentals of what it means to be a painter; why then, do anthropologist think they should interpret for humans anything about what it means to be human.
“The anthropologist’s task is to translate cultures and their premisses into something that we can comprehend.”
-The Tapastry of Culture
My point exactly.
– Wade P. Shepard, Anthropologist
It has come to the point that I think that the whole study of anthropology is nothing other than the useless study of useful things.
Wade from Vagabond Journey.com
Heredia, Costa Rica
February 18, 2008