Tag Archives: USA
New York City in Winter
WPC: Window of the World – The Windows at West Wing of the Metropolitan Museum, New York
More Views of the Arches . . . . . . . . . Photo Taken by Sister in Law – Jennie 3
More Views of the Arches . . . . . . . . . Photo Taken by Sister in Law – Jennie 2
More Views of the Arches . . . . . . . . . Photo Taken by Sister in Law – Jennie 1
Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitude . . . . . . . . . . . .in the Desert
Church of Immaculate Conception
I like taking photos of churches or cathedrals; especially those in Europe.
Both the interior or exterior of their architecture are so fine and beautiful; some of them look so majestic and grand too.
Here is a picture taken of the Immaculate Conception church, a simple structure, in the old town of San Diego, USA.
A picture which I found from my archive; it is a picture taken with a first generation electronic compact camera.
Still, it looks not bad.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Half Light ( Canyon 2 )
Another photo from the Canyon which was taken by my wife.
I think she has beautifully composed this picture, with the jutting out tree and the bird blocking about half the light, but still leaving the lower portion covering the tops of the canyon.
Just wonder where she learned her skills – she doesn’t even seem to know how to use all the buttons on the camera!
Weekly Photo Challenge: Half Light (Canyon)
This photo has three light zones.
The brightest part is on the left hand side, showing hills yonder with their shadows.
The middle zone showing the somewhat reddish rock with their many joints as a result of weathering.
The right hand zone is dark but still shows the rugged nature of the rock face.
It also shows the silhouette of my brother and sister in law walking under the overhanging rock.
The picture was taken by my wife while travelling in the South Western part of the States.
Altogether, it makes an interesting picture!