I wandered into a downtown alley because something caught my eye, and found this wall with the fire escape, its shadows, graffiti, a portrait, and light reflected from a nearby glass high-rise.
Photos I took of Cahokia Mounds and Gateway Arch using Instagram.
I was sad to hear Oscar Niemeyer died but I’m looking forward to see what his tomb looks like.
While I waited to update my credentials, I tried to decide if I liked this contemporary federal building or not.
Apparently the football stadium is the nexus of all sorts of good-doing: there are plans to build a seating area for child patients from the university hospital.
We stopped in Grinnell on the way back from the Iowa State Fair to see this famous Louis Sullivan building.
I moved away from New York almost ten years ago and I haven’t been back to visit the city in six. Much is as I left it, but some has changed.
Our trip to New York yielded many photos of buildings, people, and public art.
The construction site at the World Trade Center as seen from our hotel room after last night’s rain.
Photos from last week’s trip to Chicago.
Another example of over-the-top Chicago architecture.
Rows of folding stadium seats at Carver Hawkeye Arena.
The snow here in Iowa held off until my return today from Indiana.
We crossed the state line into Minnesota Thursday night and it immediately started snowing.
Scenes from our Christmas trip to Minnesota.
Map of the Des Moines Skywalk.
Sometimes I think Des Moines is what the writers of The Simpsons had in mind when they created Capital City.
My trips to Argentina have been usually confined to the city of Córdoba and its environs. I’ve wanted to see a little more of the country and so we took a side trip to Mendoza, the city at the heart of Argentina’s wine country.
Photos from this year’s trip to Argentina.
A walk around town on a warm autumn day revealed both regular and irregular goings-on.