There’s just something about turning a corner and seeing this scene: At the Fondation Louis Vuitton Museum, Paris France.
As they say, the best camera is the one you have with you. This was photographed with an iPhone, from the second floor of the Sydney Opera House, looking down at the lobby. The carpet, the [...]
Last year, while biking through Provence, I came upon several caves that were repurposed. One was turned into a gigantic audio/visual show with 360 degree projection of Marc Chagall’s art [...]
Photo of a neon sign, which is probably more a piece of art than a commercial sign, for the Holiday Inn Sexpress:We didn’t visit . . .
2 Road signs found a block away from each other. With “art” in the middle (If you look closely you can see it on the left of the top photo). If you are driving, you have been warned!
This close-up photo of the Goodyear Blimp is titled after the obvious fact that this massive areola is used used in aerial reconnaissance:
Well maybe more like Nature vs Technology. Two similar photographs, palm fronds and stacked seats. Part of our collection of photographic patterns that we license.
From the archives, one of may photos of Christo’s installation of ‘The Gates” in Central Park in February 2005:
Giverny, France? Lompoc, California? This photo of a field of flowers was shot in Lincoln Massachusetts.
What is it a photo of? A close-up photo of the insides of a fresh fig.