Beams of light cast by massive projectors on the Overseas Passenger Terminal onto the Opera House.
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From Vivid Sydney 2012
Some of the surrealist projections on the Opera House.
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The Peak tram makes its way to its summit terminus.
From Hong Kong, January 2011
View over Hong Kong from Victoria Peak.
The Baldrine tram (sorry, ‘Electric Railway’) stop on the line from Douglas to Ramsey. Many of the stops were decorated with bloomng flowers.
From Isle of Man, August 2011
This hut forms the terminus for the Electric Railway in Douglas.
From Snow in Witney, Winter 2010–11
Snow falling at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.
From Chicago, December 2009
A 360º panoramic view of snow falling on the streets of the campus of the University of Chicago. (Ten-photo stitch.)
On the street in Chicago.
St Louis’ Abbey.
From St Louis, December 2009
The exterior of St Louis’ Abbey.
Some of the next round of tourists going in to the Graceland mansion.
From Graceland, 30th November 2009
‘Beauregard-Keyes House, residence of General PGT Beauregard CSA 1866, Frances Parkinson Keyes 1942–1970.’
The building is now a small museum dedicated principally to the stories of some of its residents. The museum was closed the day I went.
From New Orleans, November 2009
A cyclist passes a house in New Orleans.
A building in New Orleans on 25th November 2009 with Christmas decorations and posters proclaiming ‘Christmas is coming’.
Houses in New Orleans.
This statue of Columbus stands on the steps of the Bahamian Parliament building.
From Nassau, The Bahamas, 21st November 2009
A residential street in Nassau after sunset.
Another residential street in Nassau at dusk.
A statue outside the Bahamian National Art Gallery in Nassau after sunset.
St Francis Xavier Cathedral in Nassau. Six photos stitched together.
A house in Nassau after sunset.
A residential street in Nassau after sunset. This is still in the ‘seemly’ part of town. Without moving much further south you come into much more ‘seedy’ places.
A statue of Queen Victoria in Nassau.
Ansbacher House, which houses a private bank.
A government building in Nassau’s Parliament Square, next to a Bahamian War Memorial.
Tourists pass a house in Nassau on motorcycles. When choosing photos to publish, I was vacillating over this one and one of the house on its own with the top of the tree visible.
A Nicaraguan restaurant on the edge of the Little Havana neighbourhood of Miami.
From Going South: Raleigh, North Carolina; Savannah, Georgia; and Miami, Florida; November 2009
Some of the Art-Deco architecture for which the city of Miami Beach is famous.
A woman walks past a restaurant in the Little Haiti neighbourhood of Miami.
Saints painted on the wall of a shop in Little Haiti in Miami.
Shops and painted notices in the Little Haiti neighbourhood of Miami.
An Art Deco school in Miami.
The Dade County Courthouse in Miami.
In Savannah, close to the bank of the Savannah river.
Independence Hall, Philadelphia.
From Philadelphia, November 2009