The Big Picture

One of the most exciting moments in visiting a city is the approach. A landscape filled with potential in all three dimensions. This is a collection of images I’ve taken over the years that display the city’s vast scale.

Color photo of San Francisco skyline with a meadow of wildflowers in foreground
San Francisco



Color photo of rows of various-shaped buildings in San Francisco
San Francisco


Color photo looking down a long street busy with traffic, signs, buildings, and pedestrians, in San Francisco
San Francisco


Black and white photo of the World War II Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, and Potomac River in Washington, DC
Washington, DC


Black and white photo of lower Manhattan skyline behind the Brooklyn Bridge viewed across the East River


Color photo of central Ljubljana, Slovenia, viewed from Ljubljana Castle, highlighting Preseren Square and the Franciscan Church of the Annunciation
Ljubljana, Slovenia


Color photo of Paris viewed from the roof of Notre Dame, showing a stone gargoyle in the foreground


Black and white photo of Paris from the Eiffel Tower, looking toward Trocadero Gardens and La Defense


Black and white photo of downtown Tampa skyline, with a person crossing the Hillsborough River on a footbridge in the foreground
Tampa, Florida


Color photo of Tampa, Florida, with skyline reflected in the Hillsborough River
Tampa, Florida


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