Food that tasted better than it looked

by Robert A. Ripps on February 26, 2015


Poutine pâté chinois (steak haché, oignons caramélisés, et maïs)



A tree grows in Oakland

by Robert A. Ripps on February 10, 2015

Some recent images from my ongoing Urban Trees series…which reminds me, please check out my new book…Urban Trees.







Happy 15

December 31, 2014

As the year draws to a close, I present 15 random images that somehow slipped by…

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Too close for comfort?

December 26, 2014

If you are going to be “plagiarized,” at least let it be by the New York Times. My first paragraph: Pity the poor urban tree, often trapped in a field not of dirt, but of concrete… its branches victims of flying plastic bags and aggressively constructed scaffolds, not to mention attacks by the random delivery […]

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Still more trees…

December 12, 2014

Some recent images from my ongoing Urban Trees series…none of which are actually in my new book…Urban Trees.

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A book grows online

December 3, 2014

It’s done! Over five years in the making, thousands of trees photographed, hundreds of miles walked and a few trees sadly lost, (and unfortunately probably a few more pulped to print it), I give you Urban Trees, the book. For those of you looking for last minute holiday gifts, you can see and order copies […]

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