Tag: architecture

Acrophobia

Hong Kong is an extremely vertical city, with many opportunities to really test out if you definitely do, or definately do not have a fear of heights.

Acrophobia


Sunstar

In Oakland, sometimes the stars show themselves during the day.

Sunstar


Fading Fast

The light was changing quickly and I had to move fast. I couldn’t see the horizon in any direction from where I was in the city. When I looked up I realized the shot I was looking for was right above me and my problems were solved.

Fading Fast


Pink and Blue

Looking to the east you don’t see the sunset, but the reflecting light in the clouds is just as good when it creates colors like these.

Pink and Blue


Looking Both Ways

Traffic is stopped, time for a quick check both ways and then back to enjoying the music and taking in the sunset.

Looking Both Ways


Cities and Clouds

I’m a sucker for cities. I’m a sucker for clouds. Lisbon is a great city, and was nice enough to provide clouds so you better believe I was out there with my camera! I started most nights on our hotel rooftop, and was able to get this shot without even leaving our temporary home!

Cities and Clouds


Zooming on Through!

I feel like I’m zooming through the week with the greatest of ease!

Zooming on Through!


Missing the 23 Bus

The sweeping curve of the buildings on this street is unique on its own, but the traffic zooming by at night is what really makes it come to life. I wasn’t actually trying to catch this bus, but the driver thought I was for a minute until she saw the camera setup and happily drove by to give me the light trails I was looking for.

Missing the 23 Bus


Stopping Traffic

Taxis run the show when it comes to traffic in NYC. Sometimes they even stop front and center in the middle of the action.

Stopping Traffic


Panoramic Seattle

They call it the Emerald City, but on this night the sky turned all of Seattle purple and blue just as the sun was disappearing! It took me quite a while to get this panorama shooting 19 individual frames handheld and working around window glare, and I really like how it turned out. A combination of good light and clouds like this makes up for all the times I’ve lugged my camera around and the weather didn’t cooperate.

Panoramic Seattle




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