While on the road in Arizona, we passed through “Pie Town”.
It was closed so we couldn’t buy any pie.
The Cable Car.
A San Francisco tradition.
Part of Americana that one doesn’t see much anymore.
Photograph taken in Pennsylvania several years ago using 35mm slide film.
The Golden Gate Bridge is breathtaking when covered in fog.
…in black and white.
It finally feels like summer. Let the fireworks begin!
Threatening clouds and rain over Atlantic City.
Looking down into the Canyon.
Spotted somewhere on the Ring Road tour (Route 1) in Iceland.
Sunbathers enjoying a beautiful day at the beach in Brighton, England.
Sunset in Monument Valley.
While walking a trail in Bryce Canyon, I found these trees.
It is absolutely amazing where life will grow.
Mesa Arch Sunrise in Canyonlands National Park in Moab, Utah.
A popular and beautiful destination for many photographers, both professional and amateur.
If you decide to go, arrive hours before sunrise. It gets busy!
…and into the future.
An amazing view from Grand View Point Overlook.
Haven’t visited since 2006. Maybe next year.
It is one of the most beautiful places.
Photograph made from John Ford’s point.
Photograph made on a return visit to London several years ago.
I love traveling to England, but am not sure about the future.
When I made my first trip for my honeymoon in 1984, the roundtrip
tickets for my wife and I were around $200 each.
If only that were still the case today.
…on the Black Sand Beach near Vik, Iceland.
A collapsing pier in Cape Cod.
Summertime at the beach.
During my travels to London, I captured this photograph of the Tower Bridge.
One of my favorite bridges in the world.
Times Square, New York City.
The center of the universe.
With apologies to the rest of the world.
Image made from atop in the High Roller.
It’s Las Vegas’ version of the London Eye.
Traveling on a cable car in San Francisco is part of the experience.
But imagine being the cable car operator. You not only have to operate
antique machinery, but you also have to warn knuckleheads who come
dangerously close to losing a limb.