Naval Academy Chapel in the spring.
From Annapolis Area
Fountain in park.
From (2009) San Francisco
Stairway in museum.
Rooftop on Alkatraz Island.
SUNDRIES: Flowers in front of a birch tree.
From (2011) Alaska
WILDLIFE: Moose in an Alaskan Conservation Center.
WILDLIFE: Grizzly bear at the Convervation Center south of Anchorage.
WILDLIFE: Whiskered Auklet at the Sea Life Center in Seward.
Looking out the skylight atop the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
From (2011) California Coast
Black-necked Stilt at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
India Transportation: Camel cart
From (2010) India
India Transportation: How local busses get started.
Here's the main reason we took the tour - the Taj Mahal in Agra. This is a very early morning shot - before the enormous crowds arrived.
Scenes from the Road: Vendor at vegetable market.
Faces of India: Smiling man
Faces of India: Young woman in market.
City skyline from Alameda across the bay.
Another museum exhibit.
Old & New: Turn-of-the- century building near Transamerica Building.
Candy Shop Spoons.
From (2008) Nevada
View of Severn River from the Gazebo of the Belleview Estates beach in Severna Park.
Severn River through the reeds.
Still another bonzai tree.
From Area Gardens
Another bonzai tree
Closer view of the lace bark.
This is a view of the Shanghai skyscrapers as seen through a fountain outside the Shanghai museum.
From (2007) China
This last photo shows a mother and child posing for a family photo. I'm not sure why, but most Chinese, posing for photos, raise their fingers in the sign of a Vee. I'll let you ponder the reason.
In that same garden home in Suzhou, I really liked the image of the silhouette of these leaves on the peeling wall.
The city of Xi'an (pronounced she-an) is about 750 miles SW of Beijing and was once the capital of China. Today, it is best know for the 1970 discovery of the buried pieces of a Terracotta Army.
Dragon image at the gate to the Temple of Heaven, a large temple complex inside Beijing.
Entrance to the Forbidden City in Beijing with the photo of Chairman Mao still in evidence.
From Plants & Flowers