Tag: transportation

  • Getting There

    They say the journey is as important as the destination. I don’t know who “they” are, but on domestic trips they are right. Traveling internationally is a series of trips rolled into one when you mostly don’t see anything anyway. But, road trips, whether they are by car, train, bus or truck, are when I…

  • Sparkle

    After such a long written post yesterday I thought I’d give you a break and write next to nothing. Yesterday’s post had to be written. I needed to talk, hopefully you needed to listen and learn something about Chris and about me. I made this picture many years ago in New Orleans, at dusk in…

  • Moving Through

    Atlanta’s very energetic underground with a lot of motion created by me. The search through my archives has been rewarding and discouraging to say the least. It’s rewarding because I’m finding some great images that could have been put into the marketplace years ago. It’s discouraging for two reasons. My editing skills aren’t as good…

  • Change of Pace

    Something entirely different. There’s been a lot of talk everywhere including in the least knowledgable of people, congress, about the very evil Ticketmaster and their owners LiveNation. If the people doing the whining asked how this happened they might understand. Something. Let’s talk about what Ticketmaster really is and what it isn’t. Ticketmaster isn’t a…

  • Until The End Of Time

    In New Orleans, streetcars are for the end of time. The green cars that roll up St. Charles Avenue are based on the very earliest design. The red streetcars are modified with a few improvements, including one major improvement. Air conditioning. During New Orleans’ hot, steamy summers this is essential. More essential when you consider…

  • New Orleans

    Once, I was trapped in the CBD of New Orleans on another streetcar. I thought that I would make a few pictures from the window. This is the result including a hard vertical crop to give it some style, shape and class. My musical miss said something the other day that I wasn’t aware of.…

  • The Real Thing

    Streetcars and Growth Today I’ll table the A&I discussion for another day. That doesn’t mean that I’m giving up learning and growing. No. Never. Instead, today, I’m working on designing pages within the WordPress block system. Even though I’m still not much of a fan, I’m starting to understand how it works. It’s a complicated…

  • Flying Along

    A fter reading Storyteller, many of you know I like blurry motion pictures. I try not to publish too many of them because, you know, you’d get bored. For that matter it’s the same reason musicians playing a concert don’t play five or six fast songs in a row. They — and me — try…

  • Nothing Normal

    R arely do I ever see fog in The French Quarter. One time during the Christmas season I did. I was shocked. I almost dropped my cameras. I almost fell in the river. The muddy Mississippi River. The river that is polluted from all the oil and other stuff dropped from the big ocean going…