It’s been a year of less, including photos. A beautiful day just before fall I went out and grabbed more shots of my town, Rochester. I started at Cobbs Hill where I got excellent shots of the skyline. I then parked new the Strong Museum of Play and took the Court St Bridge to the westside of downtown. I follow the Genesee River north and got another excellent shot of the skyline from the other direction. I went east on Main St and got a picture of a Frederick Douglas statue, an abolitionist. Read more “Rochester 2020”
The place I call home, these are shots from Downtown Rochester taken in June of 2018. You can see shots from the Genesee river, local murals, and of course the few skyscrapers. There really is a lot to gaze at when you are downtown. Rochester is an inviting and inclusive city.Read more “Rochester 2018”
Say hello to pure magic. The largest harbour in the world is found in South America and is the gateway to fun and relaxation. Welcome to Rio de Janeiro. From the famous beaches of Copacabana, to the Sugarloaf Mountain. From Christ the Redeemer to the sophisticated nightlife and city streets. Inclusive with an active LGBTQ+ nightlife.Read more “Rio de Janeiro 2019”
What a beautiful sunny day to be out taking some photos, so that is exactly what I had in mind when I headed to Stony Brook State Park near Dansville, NY this morning. I already talked about the gorgeous water views in Upstate New York yesterday when I filmed at Webster Park yesterday.Read more “Stony Brook State Park”
Photos of my trip to Norway in October 2016. The trip started in Kristiansand, Norway and then a road trip to Bergen, Norway with the trip to Bergen going the mountain route with the trip back along the Norwegian coast via Stavanger.
London is one of my favourite cities. Here you can see some of the spots I like to go when I visit. Big Ben, the clock on the Elizabeth Tower that rises from Palace of Westminster, is so iconic. Equally iconic is the Tower Bridge near the Tower of London. You have to visit Camden which with its open markets and canal. Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens is just stunning and example of the expertise the British bring to gardens. Walk along the Thames and the Jubilee Walkway and take in sites like the “Walkie Talkie” and The Shard. You have to visit some museums, most are free to enter like the Victoria & Albert museum. Take a look at Kylie’s dressing room from the Showgirl Homecoming Tour, a part of their theatre installation. Don’t forget to end it all with panoramic views from The London Eye.
The following pictures were taken in London during April of 2015 and has me walking from north from Kensington until Hyde Park and then to Buckingham Palace. I then further went towards Tower Bridge passing the London Eye. I took various time lapses and then returned to Trafalgar Square.Read more “London 2015”