I took this panorama of Boston’s city skyline at night from the end of Long Wharf looking back at the city. At one point during the colonial era, Long Wharf was the busiest pier in America. It was also much longer at the time–in the centuries since, landfill has created reclaimed land, but originally the shoreline was up near Faneuil Hall.
Surfers Paradise might have a terrible name, but it has a fantastic beach. It’s exactly what you think of when you think of a Queensland Beach.
It made for a stunning winter wonderland in the Canadian Rockies along the Icefields Parkway between Banff and Jasper.
There’s something about the tone of this photo of a tree on the banks of the Neva river that really captures my memory of the Russian winter.
Ocracoke’s lighthouse is one of the oldest on the East Coast that’s still in operation.
Fifty years ago, Yuri Gagarin became the first person in space. The Gagarin Monument in Moscow is a an apt Soviet tribute to a Russian national hero.
This black and white panorama of the Rynek Glowny central square in Krakow’s Old Town is one of my oldest panoramas but is still one of my personal favorites.
I came across this deserted gas station while driving along the highway of the endless flat plains of Kansas.