Two trash cans waiting for the bus? (the car was stopped at the time)
A train speeds past a railroad crossing near downtown Flagstaff.
A train speeds past a railroad crossing near downtown Flagstaff. To get an idea of the speed of this train, the shutter speed was 1/60 second.
I-17 with no traffic? Oh yes. From the weekend of the METRO light rail bridge over I-17 construction.
At the same time of my earlier photo, light rail not yet at the speed of light, I-17 had to be closed down to through traffic. Here are a couple of photos of a completely empty I-17. Surreal.
So I have a series of photos I’ve taken called light rail at the speed of light – extended exposures of METRO light rail trains on their travels through Phoenix.
This site is going to be excellent in a couple years’ time to add to that photo series.
One of the big projects I’ve been working on this year is a wholesale redesign and reconfiguration of my personal website.
One of the big projects I’ve been working on this year is a wholesale redesign and reconfiguration of my personal website. This sketch is just a bit of the many sheets of 13×19 paper and many whiteboard sketches for what this site will become.
1 January 2021
A glimpse of clouds–and rain–so near yet far away (Midtown Phoenix weather photography, 11 July 2020)
On June 24, prior to its closing, I traveled up to Metrocenter to take some final photos. Here are a few of them
Prior to its closing next week, I thought I’d make one final trip to Metrocenter to see it before the lights turn off for good June 30. I grew up close to this mall and visited it more than I probably care to admit in the 1990s. I wrote an appreciation essay on Metrocenter earlier this week, which I invite you to read first before viewing the photos.
On 1 May 2020, a military flyover was conducted to show support for those leading the fight against the COVID-19 crisis.
On 1 May 2020, a military flyover was conducted to show support for those leading the fight against the COVID-19 crisis. The path wound through Phoenix, flying over midtown Phoenix for this photo opportunity:
On this final edition of Quarantine LEGO: Here it is, the Saturn V in all its glory!