Archive for the ‘Travel Photography’ Category

Urban geometry

February 8, 2013

Architecture and Geometry















This reminds us of the old Wolfman Jack line:  If you got de curves, I got da angles.

Never forget

January 6, 2013

Kalgoorlie statue vert crop














This statue in Kalgoorlie W. A. (i.e. Western Australia) honors the local men who died fighting in WWI.

Porsche spotting in Berkeley CA

December 26, 2012

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We spotted this “bathtub” Porsche in Berkeley CA right before Xmas, so we took a photo.

More from the Coolpix

December 26, 2012

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Seeing this Ford Mustang in Berkeley recently we wondered:  Aren’t we seeing more 1965 Mustangs on the road these days than were actually made back then?  How could that be?

December 22, 2012

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The only way we can figure out to “collect” slap art is to take photos.  Do any art dealers sell slap art?  If so, who, where?  Posting may be restricted during the next few days when our source to the Internets may be severely restricted.


December 22, 2012

crop of man and dog statue














What can be better than an enthusiastic welcome home from your dog?  This statue was photographed in Fremantle W. A. around Xmas of 2008.

Urban Geometry

December 6, 2012

geometric needs crop









We saw this example of urban geometry in downtown San Francisco CA recently so we took a photo (with our trusty Coolpix.)


More from the Photos of statues” file

December 5, 2012

man and dog statue









This bit of art (a dog welcomes home the owner?) was seen during our visit to Fremantle Western Australia.


There’s a man walking down the street with a Coolpix . . .

December 4, 2012

Three inch crop of Couldn't ya just scream


















“Is it Christmas, yet?”

December 4, 2012

Xmas down under














So just about this time of year, folks in Fremantle, Western Australia, go down to the beach in their shirtsleeves at about 9 p.m. to watch the sun sink slowly into the Indian Ocean.  It may not feel like Christmas, but it is a fun way to spend an evening.  It is tough to make a snowman under those circumstances, though.