There is a small but powerful outdoor display at the Legion of Honor (not in the museum), titled The Holocaust, done by George Segal. This shot is only a part of the display but it is painful to look at, and it is powerful. You can see the entire display here. Advertisements
Earlier this year, I had bought a telephoto lens, 70-200mm, but have not been using much, because it is so very heavy and bulky. Not so easy to carry around for everyday street shots. But yesterday, I took it out. It was a little bit of adjustment, because I have enjoyed taking more close-ups. When […]
I was at St. Francis Hotel in Union Square the other day. I like those large lounge areas with very high ceiling. I tried to capture the height by turning the photo into grayscale. In color, it seems the ceiling and its surroundings make the photo darker and does not give the depth in this […]
Even simple napkin dispensers start looking cute when they are in a different language.
I am not much of a wine connoisseur but I like Imagery Winery of Glen Ellen, because their bottle labels are original art. All labels incorporate a pantheon into the art. This one is obvious, while other labels have one blended in much more. It’s fun to try looking for one at the winery. Oh, […]
A taxi driver recommended that I visit Trajan’s Market and Museum of the Imperial Forums and I was happy I took her advise. This museum houses artifacts from the Imperial Forums and gives access to the Trajan’s Market. Must see in Rome.
When one eats alone at a restaurant, so many photo opportunities present themselves.
Hope, pain, faith, desperation, or? This sculpture by Carl Milles lets me interpret the emotion differently every time.
This sculpture was in the Studio and I thought it had a lot of emotion in his facial expression.
This endearing Dala Horse is a popular fixture at Stockholm City Hall, though it is, seemingly, pushed aside all the way down the outside hall. This wooden horse is not varnished as other Dala Horses but has special characters.