This is Knut Christiansen. He owns Paellaworks, who provided the fine paella at Slough Food.
Black and white over the slough, from our picnic table. The slough is tidal, and this was clearly high tide.
Edison’s most famous son. The mural is based on a photo of Edward R. Murrow when he played basketball for the local high school.
Tweets, a local cafe. A fine place for breakfast.
At the château de Versailles.
As Henri Cartier-Bresson said, “Sharpness is a bourgeois concept.” This one’s all about the tones. From the window of our apartment on Place Maubert.
A couple kissing in the plaza in front of Notre Dame, after the floodlights were turned off.
Just downstream of Snoqualmie Falls. A misty day.
Overheard from this gentleman in the Café Imperial as negotiators — including the Iranians, for the first time — had talks regarding Syria a few floors above. In the Hotel Imperial, Vienna.
A fellow who was on guard duty during the talks at the Hotel Imperial.
With the Byzantine mosaics of Empress Theodora visible. My point here wasn’t so much to show those mosaics — images of them are widely available — as to show their setting.
As it winds through Vicenza. Taken from the Ponte degli Angeli.
At the base of the Campanile. San Marco Square, Venexia.