I have never thought about which of my photographs were my favorites. If anything, I keep thinking that the next one will be or the one after that.
A while ago at dinner, a friend asked me this question. She had been browsing my website and told me which ones she enjoyed the most and she wanted me to critique my own work.
Maybe I have some I like more than others but I won’t tell. What I have assembled is a pictorial travelogue. After seeing this one I am sure there will be more. Maybe the next batch will be divided by theme. Here is my first installment.
Sunset Lamoine Beach is an early image taken after my move to the state of Maine. Weather conditions combined with sunset can turn the skies a palette of pastel colors.
Maine weather can change within moments. This image is a fog draped Northeast Harbor. It’s almost like a curtain was drawn in the background where visibility becomes zero.
Maybe this is a sentimental favorite. It was a street display in front of a curio shop at the entrance to the Royal Palace grounds Warsaw, Poland. The same display was there last year but much deteriorated.
On a whim, we decided to drive Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, where we met the best people, ate great food and got to see great scenery.
As Bogey said,” We’ll always have Paris. The first is a preserved covered shopping street. Some of the world’s most beautiful architecture.
This is my “iconic” photograph of a traditional French waiter. The owner of the gallery it was assigned to told me she was sorry it sold so quickly because they enjoyed having it to display.
Barcelonia is set for another visit. The city, architecture, food, and people. The city, as with most of Spain is a photographers dream.
Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudi’s work on his cathedral started in 1883 and is scheduled to finish this year.
Last is a fisheye view of the town center of Krakow, Poland. My current home is an architectural, historic and cultural gem and should not be missed when touring Europe. Comparing this view with the one of below it from my Maine digs. Yes, it is possible to be both a city and country mouse.
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