With a camera
What the…?! The man pops up into the picture, raining on my parade!
Why me, officer?
The photos belong to a huge batch taken during my last US visit to be with family. Lost the rest along with my old cam while in prison.
[Waiting in line at Valley Station for the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, the world’s largest rotating tram. The ride affords a 360-degree view of Chino Canyon.]
[Down the Mountain Station, a glimpse of the evergreens at Mount San Jacinto State Park.]
[St. Augustine, Florida]
[A view from Gladstones restaurant in beachfront city Malibu, California.]
[A surprise birthday cake at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Beverly Hills.]
[Waiting for a performance at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Millennium Park, Chicago, Illinois]
[Cloud Gate aka The Bean, designed by artist Anish Kapoor.]
[Sears Tower, now the Willis Tower. It was once the tallest building in the world. Offers a far out view of The Loop neighborhood. Matchsticks was the idea behind the design.]
[Misty morning at the Gloden Gate Bridge, San Francisco]
[Marina Bay Yacht Harbor, San Francisco, California]
With open eyes
Traveling to a different country makes one see the world through new perspectives. To sum it up, gaining a humbling immutable appreciation for Diversity in all its forms is the most salient lesson from my travels.
I’m growing wings. To travel the world is one of the things I want to do before hitting the bucket. It might come true… the world is round:)
I hope your Monday is fine.
Photographed by Blauearth © Blauearth™ All Rights Reserved 2009-2012