Is it a surprise to anyone that the two-year-old is far more brave than the eight-year-old when faced with the dark, twisting tunnels of Fort Moultrie? What a great place to take the kids on a hot summer day – those bunkers are nice and cool!
This wall really caught my eye this morning, and this crop makes it look a bit like a flag.
There was no Big Ben, but I couldn’t help think of that line from European Vacation every time I walked by the Canadian Parliament building. Sitting in downtown Ottawa, this is a great building and property to wander around. I really dug the feral cat colony back near the river. More pics on my Flickr… Continue reading Look Kids, Just Parliament
Home of the daily, and sometimes nightly, grind.
I spent most of last week working on Montréal (which was possibly the most fun I’ve ever had working on the road), and I’m thankful to have survived the city’s bleak weather and souring mood (The Canadians were eliminated at home that night). With the hockey Habs on life-support, my Canon followed suit and went… Continue reading Out There in Montréal
I love seeing something new when flipping through old stock. This shot is from the NE corner of the Custom House in downtown Charleston, SC. A low hanging January sun was throwing off some interesting colors.
As a skater, I never stop analyzing every curb, planter, ditch, gap, and set of stairs for potential skatability – even if most of these tempting street obstacles would send me back to the hospital for sure (I’ll stick to the parks, thank you). Anyway, because I can’t stop gawking at these urban artifacts, they… Continue reading Skaters are Everywhere
Well, we made it through another one. Here are a couple shots from today’s excursion downtown. The East Tower: The Customs House:
This alley had so much detail it almost hurt my eyes.
From a ferry, in the harbor, here is Vancouver. I’m getting off my poogee and posting one photo from Vancouver each day this week. I took all these shots, and kept forgetting to share. Stay tuned…