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Grand Canyon

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Grand Canyon (South Rim, Arizona)

Our trip to the Grand Canyon was fantastic. We got there just in time for a sunset before a snow storm hit. We spent the night at Yavapai Lodge and woke up to several inches of snow. Hence, there wasn’t a sunrise, but the Bright Angel Trail was awesome in the snow.

Yachats rainbow

Rainbow near Yachats

I just got back from a couple nights in Yachats, Oregon. The weather forecast was not good, but the weather wasn’t always that bad. We were able to take a 3-hour hike to Cape Perpetua Lookout yesterday without getting wet, and today we had a brief break for this rainbow.

Kyoto River

kyoto takano kamo river

鴨川? 高野川?

I don’t remember if this is the Kamo or Takano River. What I do remember is that cloud scared me a bit as I was on a bike and far from home. Thunder, lightning, and heavy rain started soon after this photo. I took refuge in the nearby Demachi Masugata Shotengai. This photo happened three years and two days ago.

Dragør, Denmark


I visited Dragør in 2016 for the second time. The weather was fantastic, and my love for this little town grew. More photos to come.

New Inderhavnsbro bridge


After five weeks in Copenhagen, I depart for London tomorrow. I’m sad to leave. Those were some fun weeks despite mediocre weather most of the time. Maybe I’ll be back next summer.

Today’s photo is of a new pedestrian and bike bridge in Copenhagen that links Nyhavn with Christianshavn. The bridge is a draw bridge and is nicknamed “the kissing bridge” for the way it connects back up. In the background is the Copenhagen Opera House. We rented a boat for a couple hours through from which I took this picture.



@GoVisitDenmark #nyhavn #copenhagen

The typical shot of Nyhavn has been done a billion times. And why not? It’s a pretty one. But I’ve done that photo several times over so I went for something a little different here with this 6-photo photomerge. The tourists were numerous on this day so I had to a wait a while to get a foreground that was this free of walking people.

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