Pernetiana Rose Autumn hybridized by L. B. Coddington, 1928. Photographed at The Huntington Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California.
What my husband likes about this is the way the bow of the bridge echoes the seagull.
San Francisco — Oakland Bay Bridge.
San Francisco in two colors.
Here’s an experiment in refraction. I’m not completely happy with the image, but this is an aspect of photography I would like to continue to explore.
In general, Salt Lake City is not that architecturally interesting. But our public library is one terrific exception. Designed by Moshe Safdie.
What can you say about such elegant natural design?
Here’s a different perspective on the Huntington Botanical Gardens. This Agapanthus flower is shot against a backdrop of the Rose Garden which gives it that colorful bokeh.
Downtown Philadelphia — my hometown.
A beauty from The Huntington Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California. The Huntington Rose Garden is my second favorite rose garden in the world after Queen Mary’s Gardens in London. The variety and quality of roses at The Huntington is stunning. More Huntington roses to come.
Here’s another photo I took of Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. I just love shooting this photogenic building. (Can a building be photogenic?)