Apropos of nothing, here's a random photo taken during a sunrise hike at Shaw Butte in Phoenix last year. We're looking north from near the summit, with the residential communities clustered around Thunderbird Road and Coral Gables Drive appearing closest below. Usually the low brush appears brown and the rocks appear grey, but with the… Continue reading Just a random sunrise photo from Shaw Butte in Phoenix
The pilot called our attention to the coast of Greenland as we passed over at 38,000 feet. Kathryn, who had the window seat, quickly grabbed the camera and took this photo.
Kathryn took this photo of the Eiffel Tower from the top of the Montparnasse Tower. It gives you an idea of the weather we've been dealing with in Paris.
While the most famous Arc de Triomphe in France is undoubtedly the one at in the Etoile in Paris, the one in Montpellier impresses its visitors nonetheless. It is located on Rue Foch in a posh shopping area of Montpellier, in the historic center of the city, just a short walk from Place de la Comédie and the train station.
I took this photo of St. Mary's Basilica in Phoenix several weeks ago, just before dusk. I was at the church for a meeting, and I liked the way the bell towers looked through the trees.
I took this picture of the Maison Carrée in Nîmes, France, in 2004, during my late-summer European tour. As you can see, it was a beautiful, clear day when I visited Nîmes.
I took this photo of a statue of two cherubs in Brussels in 2004. I wasn't in Brussels but for roughly a day, and I don't remember anymore where I took this picture or what the statue was called. It's definitely not Mannequin Pis.