The Forth Bridge, the Forth Road Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing in one photo due to the reflections in the window, while crossing the Forth Road bridge.
Taken 29 August 2015, a just a minute after my other photo in almost the same location.
Again near Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
Three retired means of travel in one here.
Space Shuttle Endeavour atop the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft does a flyby over the skeletal remains of Hanger One (built in the 1930s to hold rigid airships).
September 21, 2012; NASA Ames Research Center/Moffett Federal Airfield, Mountain View, California, USA: photo by me.
Here is a nice example of a giant Monkey Pod tree. This one is known locally as the "Hitachi Tree". It is located within Moanalua Gardens on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. It is about 130 years old, 25 meters tall and 40 meters wide. Photo taken in January of 2020.
Umschreibung, Olafur Eliasson, Munich, May 1st 2019
I am not sure if this can still be called a stair case, but it at least used to be. This piece of art is rapidly deteriorating and most steps have fallen off.
Took the train from San Diego to Seattle in Feb 2018 (just for fun) - this photo taken just past San Luis Obispo, CA. I tried to get a photo of the rest of the train every time there was a decent curve.
Photo taken by me on Feb 3, 2018
I had a lot of other photos I considered using this month from that journey, but most of them I had done my best to get a ...
Le Pont du Gard is the highest Roman aqueduct ever built and nearly 2000 years old. Located near Nîmes (for which it used to serve water) and Avignon in the south of France. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture was taken in 2010.
The first rays of sunrise are reflected on the flooded rice terraces of Yuanyang (元阳) in southern Yunnan, China. Photo taken on 11 Feb 2013 by me and modified for contrast, brightness and to reduce file size.
This is the spiral staircase in the lighthouse Phare des Baleines on Île de Ré, an island off the west coast of France. The "1854" on the bottom signifies the year the lighthouse was finished.
Picture was taken in August 2013.
I always considered gaffer tape as the universal repair tool and didn't consider sheets of paper in the same way. But obviously, if your train window is falling out, just jam in some paper.
For technical nerds: Outside the window is a dual gauge track with Hungarian standard gauge and Ukrainian 1520mm broad gauge.
Between Chop and Mukachevo, today, August ...