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.
“Mist” — an installation at San Giorgio Maggiore by Jaume Plensa for the Biennale.
Michelangelo’s Madonna, in the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk (Church of Our Lady) in Bruges.
At Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk. I love the conspiratorial look of the Angel.
In the Archaeology building, at Kildare St.
My wife Ulrika, among ancient Egyptian pottery at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, with my reflection faintly visible.
For the Lexington Avenue exit.
In the Suzzallo Library of the University of Washington.
Ljusgloben means “light-globe.” In Storkyrkan, the old cathedral of Stockholm.
The Central train station in Stockholm. So, the crossroads of a country.