I really regret that I left so little time to explore Prague. We had less than a day there and I feel like there was so much more to see.
Rynek Fountain at Night: Wrocław Poland
Reflections: Louvre Pyramid, Paris France
Night on the Seine, Paris France
London Eye by Night
This year, as I began to learn about making photographs at night, I doscovered not only the beauty of light and its sources but also the interplay between light and water. Day or night, water creates great reflections, perhaps seen more dramtically at night. It doesn’t have to be a perfect mirror image, like the photo of the Louvre Pyramid, but can be more abstract and transform a rather mundane subject, such as the tram stop pictured above, into something interesting.
Place De La Concorde
Dos Umbrellas, Miami Beach, FL
St Nicholas Church: Prague
The Waterfire extends across the downtown.
Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork Poland
Fountain Girls, Dresden Germany
Wawel Castle: Krakow Poland
Past and Present, Coulmbia, SC
What do I covet? Three words: “Unlimited travel adventures”
To me, it would take a lot of courage to just spontaneously play a tune in public. St Pancras Station in London has a couple of pianos for people to play. This woman just sat down and played a song before moving on.
When this photograph was made, I recall wondering what this man was thinking as he stood looking across the beach at the ocean. He seemed different from those around him who either moved along the sidewalk or sunned themselves on the beach.
I’d venture to guess there is a certain level of temptation here. This was taken outside of a pub not far from Trafalgar Square in London.
It was fairly close taking a photograph through this arch. In the background is a fountain in Wrocław Poland’s Rynek (market square).
This skateboarder in Miami seems to exude confidence as he cruises down the street.
These sculptures in a public plaza in Seattle were unexpected, I think espeically because people would dress them up with ball caps and such. They drew my attention everytime I strolled past them on my visit.
“Play” can mean different things. Searching my images, I kept coming up with “play” as in playing an instrument, such as this busker in London.