During the early evening hours, crowds begin to emerge along the Strip in Las Vegas. This handsome critter (the reptile, not his handler) is a black-throated monitor. According to his owner, these lizards can grow up to seven feet (2.1m) long and weigh more than sixty pounds (27kg). They are native to Tanzania, but judging […]
This zodiac clock caught my attention, while strolling the Strip near The Venetian Hotel during my recent visit to Las Vegas. It’s a replica of the one housed in the St. Mark’s clock tower on the Piazza San Marco in Venice. Stay tuned for more Vegas architecture and oddity photos coming your way this week.
Visiting six cities during the past three weeks has left me a bit travel-worn and woefully behind in my blog posting. But I’m energized after processing this recent shot I took during a photowalk arranged by Phoenix-based photographer Mike Olbinski (@MikeOlbinski). Mike generously organized the evening walk across the bridges of Tempe Town Lake and […]
First, a note of apology to my followers: I’m sorry for being woefully overdue for a photo posting. Thanks to all who expressed well wishes and support during my absence! The past month has been fraught with business travel, long hours at the office, a freak visit to the ER, overseeing a mega school project […]
My recent visit to Hong Kong included a side excursion to the rugged island of Lantau. Lantau is the largest island in Hong Kong, yet sparsely populated due to its mountainous terrain. Only 45,000 residents live on Lantau, as compared to Hong Kong Island’s population of 1.45 million. Located on the Ngong Ping plateau on […]