When they built up Pittsburg, they did it up right. This is the lobby of the Koppers Building, built for a chemical company of all things way back in 1929. Very ornate. Mostly law firms today and a bank branch on the ground floor.
I have a bad habit of not checking my settings until after my first shot but this time it ended as a happy accident. This is an overexposed but ultimately very interesting shot of a chandelier in the lobby of the very ornate Frick Building in Pittsburg.
What a joy to have so many talents in the family. Stephen Davern and his band, The Pin Drop Theater celebrated my brother Joe's 4th anniversary party at Davern's Tavern last weekend. What an amazing band.
Its been a pretty mild spring following a very mild winter, at least in all the places that I have visited so far this year. This sign of spring was from a couple of weeks ago in Portland with the trees starting to flower. No complaints about spring so far from me.....
Downtown Vegas puts on a light show every hour on the hour during the evening. After the 5 or 6th time, it is a bit much, but you get lots and lots of color--so, I have to shoot it. Wonderful splash of color to match the 1960's theme for the music.
Don't know why photographers are suckers for lighthouses, but we are. This one has some color to it so I was doubly attracted to it. Got back from a day working in LA a couple of weeks ago in time for a bike ride near sunset. Turns out, that is the best time to shoot this lighthouse on the west coast.