Travels

Snowbound!

January 26th, 2016 by Darren | Comments Off

Snowbound!

Taking to the streets of New York City during the blizzard of 2016.


Cowboy Christmas – A Rodeo Road Trip

December 15th, 2014 by Darren | Comments Off

Cowboy Christmas - A Rodeo Road Trip

6 rodeos. 4 nights. 2 showers. 4,000 miles. And one hell of an assignment.


Paris

December 6th, 2013 by Darren | 1 Comment

Paris

A little bit of playing tourist, a little bit of education, a lot of street shooting, and above all, a vacation for once.


iPhone photography? I get it. Instagram? I don’t get it.

May 1st, 2012 by Darren | 2 Comments

iPhone photography? I get it. Instagram? I don't get it.

What’s so great about Instagram that we’re willing to give away the farm when it comes to our images?


Kraft Nabisco Championship: What a difference a day makes…

April 3rd, 2011 by Darren | Comments Off

Kraft Nabisco Championship: What a difference a day makes...

Or, why “I’ll get that tomorrow” is not a good rule to live by.


Kraft Nabisco Championship: Thursday and the perfect tee box.

March 31st, 2011 by Darren | Comments Off

Kraft Nabisco Championship: Thursday and the perfect tee box.

Spending a little time on the best-lit tee box on tour.


British Open Diary: Unwinding in London

July 20th, 2010 by Darren | Comments Off

British Open Diary: Unwinding in London

How to unwind from a week of British Open craziness? My solution.


British Open Diary: Farewell to St. Andrews

July 19th, 2010 by Darren | Comments Off

One last trip to the Auld Grey Toon Starbucks…


British Open Diary: Sunday

July 18th, 2010 by Darren | Comments Off

British Open Diary: Sunday

This is what it all came down to: On Friday afternoon, I was chatting with Christian Iooss, Golf Digest and Golf World’s director of photography, over lunch about how the magazine would “play” our coverage of the Open this year. We went over various scenarios, who was writing what and how much space would be [...]


British Open Diary: Saturday

July 17th, 2010 by Darren | Comments Off

British Open Diary: Saturday

Back in the day, when I was all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, I used to think that the reason we all took turns covering Tiger Woods was that it was only fair. There are usually three or four people shooting a major championship for Golf World and the standard, if unwritten, rule is this: Everybody gets [...]



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