It was a warm afternoon when I was laying out on the deck of my suite at the Hilton. I was staring out at the Golden Gate Bridge and plotting various points on The Photographer’s Ephemeris to figure out where I wanted to photograph the bridge from during sunset. I couldn’t decide if I wanted […]
Getting out and exploring largely defines who I am and what I do. If I stopped doing that completely, I would probably go stir crazy and drive everyone at home insane. When I was a kid and gas was under a buck, I would often find roads to drive down and take it as far […]
Los Angeles Union Station first opened in May 1939. The station now serves as a major transportation hub in Southern California to anyone wishing to commute into the Los Angeles area. It provides service to approximately 60,000 passengers a day via the Amtrak, Metrolink, Metro Red Line, Metro Purple Line, and Metro Gold Line rail […]
The Powell Street cable car service first opened in San Francisco on March 28, 1888 by the Ferries & Cliff House Railway Company. Today, people come from all over the world to see San Francisco and its historic cable cars. It’s not uncommon to see people lined up along Powell St and Mason St, waiting […]
It was a lovely evening in Paris, we couldn’t have hoped for more perfect weather. My wife and I were waiting for the next train at the Métro station, just outside The Louvre. The night was still young and we were eager to experience the beauty of Paris at night. With approximately 4.5 million people […]
The above is a photograph of my Mustang Bullitt. Ford manufactured only 723 True Blue Mustang Bullitts in 2001. I was very lucky to score one of them. To my surprise, this photo has received quit a bit of attention in the Flickr community. The funny thing is, I spent all of about 15 minutes […]
The Paris metro has been in service for over a hundred years and now has 16 lines that transport millions of passengers throughout the city. The first line was completed back in 1900. The architect Hector Guimard can be credited for the beautifully sculpted Art Nouveau entrances such as this one.