Sitting on a bicycle on Laugavegur (Street) in Reykjavik, Iceland.
The bicycle on the post is swung out during the day to prohibit cars and
let people walk the street and visit the shops and restaurants.
A walk along the Hudson River Greenway with the Freedom Tower in the distance.
Walking on Laugavegur around noontime in Reykjavik, Iceland.
One of my favorite places in London is Piccadilly Circus. It is also one of the places where I am most exasperated. Every time I visit, something in the area is being refurbished. This time included. There was scaffolding on some of the buildings on the north-side of the Eros statue. It’s like the government of England knows. “He’s coming again. Operation Piccadilly Circus is a go!” Guess I’ll have to try again. Maybe the next time I visit, I’ll get lucky.
The above photograph of Piccadilly Circus was taken around noontime on a busy weekday. (I made sure not to include any of that damn scaffolding.)
…Nighttime on Fifth Avenue near Grand Central Station.
The Chrysler Building can be seen in the distance.
A group of tourists, led by their Commander, march in Bath, England.
They were just a few blocks from The Crescent.
For some of us, it’s the center of the universe.
I have photographed Times Square in New York City many times.
Both during the day and at night.
It’s always a wonder to look at.