Nozawaonsen — I bathed under that beautiful roof. The yuruyu (ゆる湯) or, gentle water, into which I had dipped myself was anything but gentle at 44℃. Not to say it wasn’t comforting or warming — it was — but it was approaching the upper bounds of comfort and warmth, just a degree or two below scalding. Next to it was the atsuyu (あつ湯) or, hot water. The water the real men — the farmers from this little village —...
Stockholm — This was taken during the last night of a 10 trip around the arctic with my good friend Dave Morrow. We spent a bit of time around Arctic Sweden, but mostly we headed to the Norwegian Arctic, in parti...
Agra — This morning at 2am, I left Le Meridien Delhi with a driver, guide, and security guard (just to be on the safe side, according to the hotel) to travel 3 hours to Agra for a chance to capture the Taj M...
Day 54 #100happydays: AGO
How the other half live, Art Deco style
Paradigm shift (although hopefully not!)
I complained once on here about this building sitting vacant and decaying for years.
Europe’s largest biomedical institute
Looking at the city from another angle at Copenhagen Opera House. #architecture #design #henninglarsen
Too much of nothing
18 months later...
Thinking inside the box, a very special box.
The best photos I never took.
Getting past the planners
7 Bedford Place (Delightful Doorsteps #6)
22 Tavistock Place (Delightful Doorsteps #5)
67 Guilford Street (Delightful Doorsteps #4)
24 Tavistock Place (Delightful Doorsteps #2)
Celtic Hotel, Guilford Street (Delightful Doorsteps #3)
I must start a delightful doorsteps database...
Getting ready for Remembrance Day?
Last time I was in Berlin there was a wall, I came to see in what way it wasn’t there any more.
Architecture worth preserving? That is the expensive question.
Two Governor's Houses
Return trip to the lightwall
The Bund Without Us
Beach huts aren't what they used to be!
A topsy-turvy world
Liverpool Warehousing Co.
Capture a river's energy in 50 feet of painted steel.
EXT. BATHROOM - DAY
A trip down memory lane
London Underground's latest pedestrian tunnel
Revisiting history: The Gateway of India
Snooping for good reason.