From down the Mississippi River on a riverboat.
There is a lot of decorative iron on this thing.
At the cobblestones in downtown Memphis.
Me. Summer 2011.
Located between Barret and Hassell Halls.
The top of a pineapple.
In Overton Park.
A fun place to have lunch, on 4th Street, just south of FedEx Forum in downtown Memphis.
Amid all of the debris from the storm on Monday afternoon, I almost stepped on this snake while jogging this morning.
In the late afternoon, my bike is shaded by the building, so it’s not too hot to ride home.
Rhodes lost another 80-year old oak tree to a storm, just south of Fisher Garden.
Thanks to John and Campagnas for the tasty burgers and fun conversation!
This is the scene of a trailer park after the water receded. Someone wrote on the side of their trailer: “U can have it.”
This image shows the place where the Ohio River is born in Pittsburgh, with Three River Stadium in the background.
After riding the Incline to get a view of the city, we enjoyed this view looking to the northeast.
Who knew that their nickname was the Bucs? Not me, at least before this game… I’ve also been learning a lot about the life, career, and untimely death of Roberto Clemente.
This is the view out of my hotel window.
This is Jeff’s shot of me by the Las Vegas sign at the airport.
Aaron is on the rim, Dave is tracking down his hat, Larry is sliding down the hill, and Jeff is in the foreground, taking it all in. We travelled about an hour northeast of Vegas to see a piece of the desert turned to art, called Double Negative.