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For more than 50 years, I've taken photographs from various locales. Here are some of my favorites. The first 20 are in alphabetical order and were selected based on geographic diversity. Numbers 21 through 25 are an unalphabetized mix that didn't quite make it into the top 20, and 26-30 are from Oklahoma and Missouri. Numbers 31-40 are in Chicago, while 41-60 are in New York City and Washington, D.C./Arlington, Virginia. Numbers 61-80 are Dallas and Moscow. Page 5 (81-95) meanders through New Mexico, Colorado, and Wyoming. Page 6 is devoted to Washington and Oregon, Page 7 San Francisco, and Page 8 Mexico. Page 9 is devoted to baseball.

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El Salvador

1. Acajutla, El Salvador

Acajutla and the Pacific Ocean in western El Salvador. 1999.

2. Acapulco, Mexico

View of Acapulco. The Ritz and the Maris are somewhere in the distance with the other hotels. 1971.

Alma Wisconsin

3. Alma, Wisconsin

View from a park above Alma, Wisconsin, looking across the Mississippi River into Minnesota. 1992.


4. Baku, Azerbaijan

The serpent and the man with the sword. I can't recall the story, but the statue is fairly close to the Old Intourist Hotel. 1995

Bucharest Romania

5. Bucharest, Romania

Landing in Bucharest. 1995

Cannon Beach, Oregon

6. Cannon Beach, Oregon

The Pacific Ocean and Haystack Rock at Cannon Beach, about 80 miles northwest of Portland. Haystack is about 235 feet tall. 1974.


7. Chicago

Lake Michigan and Chicago's Lake Shore Drive, Gold Coast and Lincoln Park. From the John Hancock Building. 1992.


8. Dallas

Early morning view of downtown Dallas, looking west. Adam's Mark at front left (formerly the Southland Life Building) had been the city's tallest building in the 1960s. 2003.


9. Houston

Houston, with the Astros' ballpark under construction (right center) near the George R. Brown Convention Center and U.S. 59. Discovery Green and the Rockets' Toyota Center yet to come. 1999

Mexico City

10. Mexico City

The beginning of a bullfight at Mexico City's Plaza de Toros Bull Ring, built in 1946. 1971.


11. Moscow

View from a Moscow hotel includes the Moscow River. 1994.

Alberta Canada

12. Mount Eisenhower, Alberta

Mount Eisenhower in Banff National Park in southwestern Alberta, Canada. 1990.

New York City

13. New York City

Late afternoon view of portions of Midtown and Upper Manhattan from the Empire State Building includes Central Park and the Hudson River. 1972.

South Africa

14. Pilanesburg Park, South Africa

A giraffe in Pilanesburg Park, north of Johannesburg, South Africa. A den of lions was a half mile away. 2002.

San Antonio

15. San Antonio

Downtown San Antonio from the Tower of the Americas. 1995.

New Mexico

16. Sandia Park, New Mexico

The Sandia Mountains, northeast of Albuquerque. First visit was in April of 1965 with my father. 1986.


17. Siracusa, Sicily

Siracusa in southern Sicily. The Ionian Sea. 2002


18. Tulsa

Downtown Tulsa and the Mayo Hotel, backdropped by the Arkansas River. Before leaving Kansas by freight train in the movie Picnic, Hal Carter (William Holden) told Madge (Kim Novak) he'd get a job at the Mayo. 1998.

Turner Falls, OK.

19. Turner Falls, Oklahoma

Water from Honey Creek drops 77 feet at Turner Falls in Oklahoma's Arbuckle Mountains, about 50 miles north of the Red River. A periodic stopping point for more than 50 years. 2006.

20. Washington, D.C.

Cathedral of St. Matthew at 1726 N St. NW in Washington, site of President Kennedy's funeral Mass on Nov. 25, 1963. 1995.



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