Aug 092016
 

How many times do you watch Old Faithful before you get tired of it?  Never!  So if you don’t mind or even if you do here’s more photos of Old Faithful.  I want to say right off that you need to zoom into these and take a close look as the sun glints off of each droplet of water!   It’s really amazing – right place, right time.  The first five pictures are of the initial eruption which started at 1:07:29 ending at 1:07:38  pm.  Can I just say how much fun meta data is?  I took lots of pictures.  I’ve only shared a few here.  The last picture taken was at 1:08:16.  The eruption was winding down and ended about 1:11:12.  At least that’s when I stopped taking pics.  We had a ranger giving us a presentation about how it all works and cute little Emily (my granddaughter) kept going over and asking questions.  She’s three and I thought it was pretty cute.

Nov 102010
 

A couple of years ago I went to the AIA convention in Boston and spent a day photographing churches.  I went to see Harvard and MIT as well so most of the church pictures where taken around that area.  I had some sore feet at the end of the day.  The reason I took all these pictures is completely unimportant know, but I’ve never had a chance to share them so why not here?  This church is on the Harvard Campus.  A striking piece of architecture as most of the Harvard campus is.

Mar 022010
 


Did a little photo safari in Salt Lake City at lunch time today. Here’s one of the most photographed buildings in town. They’re a bit out of place here (the twin is across the street). Maybe that’s why everyone likes them.