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.
The thing about pictorialism, though, is sometimes it just keeps going.
I was feeling kind of pictorialish.
Note how the streetlights have come on.
Just downstream of Snoqualmie Falls. A misty day.
As it winds through Vicenza. Taken from the Ponte degli Angeli.
An experiment in Lightroom. Guidecca, from San Giorgio Maggiore. I like the almost charcoal drawing quality.
From the campanile of San Giorgio Maggiore.
In France, from the train.
Taken from the Empire State Building.
This was taken along the most northerly stretch of California’s State Highway 1, also known as the Pacific Coast Highway. At the top you see a gradient of clouds. At the bottom, the sea. And just in-between, a flash of sunlight, on the horizon.
The bark Europa, on Lake Union for a Tall Ships festival.
Taken from the side of Interstate 5, near Weed Airport.