'90s

SINK OR SWIM

A decade that demanded faith, vision, jumping before knowing where to land and years, filled with challenges. Breathtaking miracles that ushered in the end of innocence. The most powering decade of awakening with the coming of the age of Aquarius. It seeded changes forever.

1990
Chicago, Illinois
1991
Paris, Texas, S.F.
1992
Italy, Germany
1993
Oregon, New Hampshire
1994
Germany, Maui,
1995
Maui, Hood River, BVI
1996
Maui, S.F.
1997
Aruba, Maui, Europe
1998
Vail, Maui, Hood River
1999
Vail, Maui, Hood River

FRIENDS PHOTOGRAPHED

'90s

COUNTRIES VISITED

'90s

YOSEMITE SUNSET

NEW WORK: Enter to see photo: This is a work in progress page. SUBSCRIBE for the latest stories, blogs and (if I’ve taken pictures of you in the last 50 years) don’t miss friendship updates. Thank You!

Read More »

DEATH & RESURRECTION

NEW WORK: Jerusalem O’ Jerusalem…Your tombs are filled with those alive. In your gates the world despise. Angels come to sing renew. The walls of darkness seize the light. Light does shine on the land. You’re embraced by the night.

Read More »

LHASA

NEW WORK: I went to Llasa to see how the Chinese occupation has changed Tibet. I was moved by the reverence and inner strength of the people. I thought if the Chinese can embrace Tibet, i.e. The Dalai Lama, they will find the secret to longevity.

Read More »

YOSEMITE SUNSET

NEW WORK: Enter to see photo: This is a work in progress page. SUBSCRIBE for the latest stories, blogs and (if I’ve taken pictures of you in the last 50 years) don’t miss friendship updates. Thank You!

Read More »

QUEEN & EM

NEW WORK: In 1980, I was on a year-long assignment on Taiwan for National Geographic. It was a time where the island, in fact, the whole world, was in the wake of an awakening giant, China.

Read More »

MONUMENT VALLEY

NEW WORK: It’s so rare to be at a place when all things come together for a picture. This is the quest. Mere photographing is just not good enough.

Read More »

LHASA

NEW WORK: I went to Llasa to see how the Chinese occupation has changed Tibet. I was moved by the reverence and inner strength of the people. I thought if the Chinese can embrace Tibet, i.e. The Dalai Lama, they will find the secret to longevity.

Read More »
Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on linkedin
Share on email

Let's Stay in Touch!

This is a work in progress. Sign-up to catch the latest discoveries from decades of photographs. Be notified to latest events and meet friends while unfolding blogs and pictures from a global on-going vision quest.

don't kiss goodbyE

johnchao.com

©JOHN CHAO All rights reserved