After entering Kufu’s pyramid, I turned around to see the next tourist, beautifully silhouetted by the desert sun.
Athens: Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
These guards, the “Evzones” are dressed in traditional uniforms and make precise movements that date back to the mid 19th century as they march back and forth guarding the tomb of the unknown soldier.
Kingfisher on the Nile
This Kingfisher was hovering in space, wings a blur with its head fixed on its prey before diving into the water to catch its meal.
1964 NYC World Fair Globe
This site of the 1964 World’s Fair still attracts visitors who enjoy the fountains under the topographical globe surrounded by the path of the first three human-made satellites. First there were three, now there is GPS.
Inch worm in Virginia State Park
Sometimes we all feel this way taking our first step into the unknown.
Nafplio in the rain.
Exploring a Venetian fortress on a rainy day is much more fun with a pink umbrella.
Technopolis in Athens
Steam-pipes from the historic Gasworks factory in the Gazi District of Athens, Greece. This industrial zone has been transformed into an art space that incorporates the unintentional art of the industrial age with art of today.
Mosque in Cairo
The mosques of Cairo are both spiritually and geometrically stunning. They can be islands of beauty and timelessness in a hectic and dirty city.
Sometimes a mural can blend in with the street as this mural appears to swallow up the red lam post into its painted streetscape.