Wapping Wall, London at night.
Young lady somewhere in England.
One of my absolute favorite places to visit
when visiting London is the local pub.
It is an experience not repeated in my neck of the woods.
The Universe and the Delicate Arch in Arches National Park, Utah.
Image made from atop in the High Roller.
It’s Las Vegas’ version of the London Eye.
Forest in the Abstract. Photograph taken on Cape Cod. Don’t recall exactly where the forest was but it was close to the Highland Light. This is not a painting, nor were any “filters” used. At the time it was raining and the water drops on the lens (in the top third of the photo) display a rainbow effect. For me, this image could be the cover of a horror novel.
Happy New Year to all!
The Blizzard of 2016 hits the East Coast.
A lighthouse, a wind turbine and the setting Sun.
The Strokkur Geyser in Geysir, Iceland. (Not a typo. The town has the letter “i”.)
Black & White photograph by my daughter, Ashley. She is a university art student graduating next year.
On the shore of Cape Cod Bay in Provincetown, a shellfish opens.
An old house, snow and some fog.
Falling snow covers branches on trees.
A view of our Milky Way Galaxy from Dinosaur National Monument in Utah.
On the left side, the dotted light is a plane.
On the right side, the white line was a meteor burning up in Earth’s atmosphere.
A leaf flew away revealing a frozen replica of itself on my car windshield.
Who’s watching who?
A view of the 59th Street bridge in Manhattan.
The bridge connects Manhattan to Queens and travels over the East River.
Manhattan is on the right. Queens on the left.
…and into the future.
…and birds on roof.
Follow trail to the Bates Motel.
Traveling on the Ring Road (Route 1) in Iceland, I happened across this
creatively decorated building on the side of the road.
FYI – this structure sat all by itself. There were no other buildings of any kind.
A famous view of Monument Valley.
Where Sam Spade meets Groucho Marx.
A lake. A bird. Heavy fog.
Now we need a horror writer.