The Chain Bridge

Continue your walking tour through the Nuremberg town center by crossing over the river Pegnitz on the Chain Bridge ("Kettensteg" in German). The bridge was first constructed in 1824 and is the oldest example of a pedestrian chain bridge in Europe. Read More
Filed In: 2017 12 Dec

Humans Earth And Water

Tiny beings on a planet of sand and water... Normally, my fisheye lens doesn't get much use, but every once in a while it's a fun option to get a unique perspective. Read More
Filed In: 2017 10 Oct

The Big Storm

And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person that walked in. (Haruki Murakami) / this storm brought damaging hail and flooding to eastern Colorado Springs Read More
Filed In: 2016 08 Aug

Church of Gesu Nuovo

This church was originally constructed as a palace for a nobleman; known for its stark facade facing the piazza and for the baroque artwork within Read More
Filed In: 2016 05 May

Altare Della Patria

This monument (Monumento Nazionale) was built in honor of the first king of a united Italy Read More
Filed In: 2016 05 May

Isola Tiberina

I would rather live in a world where my life is surrounded by mystery than live in a world so small that my mind could comprehend it (Harry Emerson Fosdick) / lights and shadows and the oldest original Roman bridge in Rome, Ponte Fabricio Read More
Filed In: 2016 05 May

Planet Rome

Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning (Giotto di Bondone) / a fisheye view at the Palatine Hill Read More
Filed In: 2016 05 May

Be Positive

There's an old man in you, each year getting more and more set in his ways, growing harder and harder, like cement; so be yourself and let the little boy out to play (The Wagon Man) / the Wagon Man has been walking for 17 years, first in Florida and now in Colorado, spreading his message of positivity! Read More
Filed In: 2016 04 Apr