London Looking Up is a photographic record of my journey around central London. Why the title Looking Up, you ask? Because, all I could see looking ahead and side to side was a mass of people: individual tourists, tour groups, workers, and shoppers. By looking up, above the heads of the crowd, I saw fascinating buildings, strange sculptures, and intricate ornamentations.Continue reading London Looking Up: Architectural Photos
London is an architectural mash-up of ancient and futuristic. It is a cacophony of competing visual forms that is overwhelming to behold. So, in this collection, London Architectural Abstracts, I attempt to filter this architectural dissonance and concentrate on individual patterns.Continue reading London Architectural Abstracts
We live in Boulder, Colorado, a college town in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Because our town encompasses both foothills and high plains, it offers varied landscapes to entice the photographer. Continue reading Boulder, Colorado, Scenes
Bisbee, Arizona is a mining town in Tombstone Canyon in the Mule Mountains. And, it is a quirky subject for photographers. Continue reading Bisbee—A Quirky Subject for Photographers
The Gadsden Hotel is a large, nondescript, tan brick building in downtown Douglas, Arizona. It is boring and plain looking—but just on the outside. Once you enter the front doors, you are transported into a world of opulence and grandeur. Continue reading The Gadsden Hotel—an Architectural Gem in Arizona for Photographers
Mining ruins are scattered throughout the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. You can find them along major roads like the Million Dollar Highway (US 550) and along high mountains Jeep roads. Below is a portfolio of photographs of San Juan Mountain mining ruins.