Roasting marshmallows at a camp fire on the beach of Lake Michigan.
A view of the Quincy Shaft House in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. This is a very large, old copper mine. When the mine closed in 1945, the shaft below this building was the deepest in the world, at 9,260ft (2.82km).
A bit of San Francisco seen from the Twin Peaks overlook
The #2 hoist house at the Quincy Mine in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The building on the left contains the largest steam powered mine hoist, which sits on the largest (at the time) cement slab poured.
A view of the Colorado Rockies and sky.
A cousin of mine watches as the kids plan in the pool.
Niagara Falls in winter
A railroad switch just outside the abandoned Packard factory in Detorit, MI
A tower in downtown Detroit.
A statue at the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory on Belle Isle, in Detroit, MI
A broken lightbulb above the door at an abandoned building in Bay City, Michigan
A view of the ceiling at Union Station in DC
Some pigeons interacting on Belle Isle. They were busy squawking at each other, like any good couple.
I took this in the Keweenaw Peninsula (a part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan) while riding around on my ATV more than 5 years ago.
Some ducks motoring down a calm canal in Milton Keynes in the UK
A rainbow seen in the smoke and steam rising from an apartment fire in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The building was destroyed.
A girl roasting a marshmallow on the beach of Lake Michigan.
The entrance to the vineyard at Leeds Castle in Leeds, Kent, UK
The North American X-15 hanging from the ceiling of the National Air and Space Museum. This particular X-15 (of 3 made) flew 82 times, and was piloted by Neil Armstrong, among others.
Some trees at Kensington Metro Park around New Hudson, MI
An overhang over a sidewalk in Washington, DC. It gets lower and lower, and is eventually only about 2ft high at the far end.
The inside of the main lobby of the Heritage Tower in Battle Creek, MI. Wedding of a family friend was held here. Beautiful place.
The fountain at the middle of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, along the National Mall, in Washington, DC, with the Sun floating above.
The fountains and lawn outside Milwaukee Art Museum
Two high performance aircraft. The SR-71 Blackbird and the Space Shuttle Enterprise. The SR-71 was a high altitude, high speed Reconnaissance aircraft, capable for traveling at greater than Mach 3. The Enterprise never flew in space, but was released at altitude from the Shuttle Carrier Aircraft and used to validate fight characteristics and landing procedures. These aircraft are at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, a part of the National Air and Space Museum.
Alan Bean, the 4th man to walk on the moon, signing books at the National Air and Space Museum.
The inside of the National Building Museum in Washington DC.
A road that runs underground by the Post Office building in DC.