Having to sign a waiver form before entering an old dilapidated tunnel makes you think twice. While this tunnel on the Iron Horse trail does have a lot of fallen rocks and debris it was nothing a good bike lamp couldn’t handle. Don’t want to think about what “could” have happened…
Fall is upon us yet again. But it brings majestic beauty with maple leaves taking on bright colors of red, orange, green and yellow.
This picture was taken in Redmond, WA, a few years back.
Two featherless Bluejay chickens with their beaks open asking for food.
I obviously woke them up as I was trying to get a good shot of them.
Spring flowers and many shades of green at Butchart Gardens, Vancouver Island, Canada.
Red tulips in Skagit Valley
A white moon painted on red rock, found in an old pueblo indian dwelling in southern Utah.
The dwelling resides in a canyon 8 miles from the nearest paved road and is really hard to find since it is not advertised anywhere.
Even the locals do on occasion deny its existence.
Motorcycle with studded tires parked on ice, with the word “motorcycle” seen through the transparent ice.
It is clear that I parked in a motorcycle parking spot.
However the other people visiting Mt Rainier’s Paradise were bewildered about a motorcycle on ice.
If it isn’t obvious, the title is a play on the words icicle and motorcycle.
Taj Mahal courtyard seen though the lattice of a septagon pattern.
It is a hot day with few turists out in the sun – the Taj Mahal courtyard is empty even though Agra is bustling with local turists and commerce.
It took Vijay and me 5 hours to travel from New Dehli to Agra and the experience was totally worth it.
Taj Mahal is the Crown of Buildings and with a love story framing its history it is definitely one of the Wonders of the World.