Driving through the prairies can be boring… very boring. But when the evening light starts reflecting on the landscape it can also be very beautiful. The challenge is finding somewhere where you can actually pull […]
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Washington Square Park is a less famous park in Manhattan. Much smaller than Central Park, it’s actually pretty ho-hum when you’re in it, but I found it quite interesting to look at from the outside. […]
This is the building that overlooks City Hall Park in New York City. So, naturally, I first assumed it was city hall. But it’s not, city hall is actually behind this building. New York was […]
I had a conversation with my dad today about my trip to New York. We got to talking about the food. I was telling him that, as a Vancouverite, the food in New York is […]
There’s a small Amusement Park within Central Park in New York known as Victoria Gardens. The only question I have is how in the world anyone can live In Manhattan and still afford to have […]
The statue of Atlas that stands outside Rockefeller Center in New York. This is as close as I am getting to a 9/11 post. But just so you know, New York is the best place […]
Mount Rushmore. What can I say? As a Canadian it’s never really been high on my list of must see places. I’ll be honest, we only went because it was on the way to New […]
Here’s a colourful group taking photos of Niagara Falls. I find tourist traps fascinating. I can’t stand them for the most part and can’t wait to get out of them, but clearly I am in […]
I was looking through some older photos for a sky to, er, borrow… And I came across this photo from the Oregon coast. Why did it escape my attention before? I don’t know.
I had such a great time at this little bit of paradise. I can’t wait to go back.
As soon as I saw hipsters, I had a feeling we weren’t in Wyoming anymore. Was that cheesy? Well it should be, because this picture was taken in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. What is it with me […]
One thing you get used to as a Canadian is that most of your cultural institutions are American. It’s just the natural result of being a country with a relatively small population right next door […]
Our feet were sore and covered in blisters from our walk around Manhattan the day before. The weather was iffy too, but damn it; one does not simply visit New York and not go to […]
Stephen Colbert is host of the Late Show, The Tonight Show is in New York and Conan O’brien is still screwed over and stuck on TBS. Just some of the thoughts that passed through my […]
One of my favourite parts of my recent trip across the USA was a detour back into Canada to spend a couple of days in the beautiful Muskoka region of Ontario. I love twilight on […]
I recently had the pleasure of passing through Yellowstone National Park as part of an extended trip across the United States. Unfortunately I wasn’t lucky enough to be there in the evening when the light […]
Sometimes it’s worth looking up. In this case you get a much different view of the Golden Gate Bridge from inside Fort Point in San Francisco.
A view from one of the windows at Fort Point, San Francisco, USA. It reminds me of this photo of the Sylvia Hotel in Vancouver.
Rachelle dyed her hair bright red again (not blue, don’t worry #GamerGate folks), so it was a great time to try out my new lens. To say that I am impressed with the sharpness and […]
I have small balcony pond (actually it’s a patio pond now as we no longer live at a place with a balcony). The pond is home to at least four goldfish. I say ‘at least’ […]