Passing through this door and getting the chance to see what’s inside was a dream come true.
Triumph is reaching the top of a building with breathtaking views as reward. In New York, Iceland, and United Kingdom Caught the sun set from the top of Fire Island Lighthouse! View from Hallgrímskirkja Church View from The Monument View from Saint Paul Cathedral View from Salisbury Cathedral
Assateague Island National Seashore, Virginia (where wild horses roam) A wild mare and her foal grazing, is one of the cutest things I had ever seen! This assignment stumped me. What would I post for this one? The two black bears that used my backyard as their playground a couple of weeks ago? Or…nothing! … More Photo 101, Day 19: Double
Gate of Mazeus in Ephesus, Turkey The edges of this ruin remain well defined despite the passage of time. The gate of Mazeus and Mythridates is located on the right of the Library of Celsus in Ephesus, Turkey. It was built in 40 A.D. for emperor Augustus who gave the two slave builders their … More Photo 101, Day 18: Edge and Alignment
Aboard the London Eye, the only way to take pictures is through glass. They still come out beautiful.
“My treasure is the cloud on the peak/the moon over the valley/Traveling east or west/Light and free/on the one road.” ~ Poet Muso Soseki West: In London’s Saint Paul Cathedral Tower peering at The Shard. East: The Library of Celsus in Ephesus, Turkey The cloud over the peak The moon over the … More Photo 101, Day 16: Treasure
Thingvellir National Park, Iceland The beauty of the land speaks for itself.
Luli Island in Palawan, Philippines I’m clearly losing this battle! 😉
It was very fascinating to watch this belly dancer gyrate for an audience on a Turkish Night Dinner. She seemed boneless. Her performance was very impressive. I think I have a better photo showing motion, but I like how the dancer’s cape whirl in this picture and I like the shades of yellow and … More Photo 101, Day 13: Moment and Motion
Salisbury Cathedral, United Kingdom Salisbury Cathedral or Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary is one of the leading examples of Early English Architecture. As soon as one steps inside, one can’t help but be impressed by this cathedral built in 1220.