Category Archives: Architecture



We visited Roussillon very early in the morning of Bastille Day.  You could say that when we arrived, not a creature was stirring! Roussillon is quite a small village of less than 1000 people, who’s […]

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We spent an afternoon exploring the town of Gordes, a beautiful little village perched on the side of the mountains.     The apple looks particularly good today…

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Pont d’ Avignon

A landmark of the city of Avignon, the bridge spanned the Rhône between Villeneuve-lés-Avignon and Avignon.  It was constructed in 1224, with 22 original arches.  In 1699, a catastrophic flood destroyed most of the bridge, […]

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Chicago Architecture

There are some really interesting buildings in downtown Chicago.  It was fun discovering these new to me places, then adding the challenge to photograph them in an interesting way.  That also made processing them equally […]

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The Rock & Roll Barn!

My friends, Steve, Doug, Iain and I, made a trip to Killbuck, Ohio Sunday.  The main reason was to shoot the super moon and eclipse from someplace out in the country.  Well, that didn’t work […]

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