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For more than 50 years, I've taken photographs in various locales. Here are some of my favorites. (Click on each thumbnail photo to view a larger photo.)

 

Norway

21. Stavanger, Norway

On the southwest coast of Norway aboard the Anna af Sand, a schooner launched in 1848. (That's correct – 1848.) It's still sailing in 2016.

Natchez, Mississippi

22. Natchez, Mississippi

The Mississippi River at Natchez, looking into Louisiana. 2000.

 

Baton Rouge, LA

23. Baton Rouge, Louisiana

View from the observatory of the Louisiana State Capitol Building (tallest capitol in the United States) includes statue of Gov. Huey Long, who was assassinated in the building in 1935. 2000.

Steamboat Springs, CO

24. Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Fish Creek Falls, near Steamboat Springs, northwest of Denver. 1975

Dubois, Wyoming

25. Dubois, Wyoming

The Wind River in northwestern Wyoming. Photo taken from a wooden bridge behind a motel. 1962

Tulsa, Oklahoma

26. Tulsa, Oklahoma

View of downtown Tulsa from South Boston Avenue, near East 8th. The 52-story Bank of Oklahoma Tower, completed in 1975, is at the end of the street. 1997.

Kansas City, Missouri

27. Kansas City, Missouri

The 58-foot Western Auto sign at 2107 Grand Boulevard. The curved office tower, built in 1915, was converted to condominiums in 2004. 1992.

Columbia, Missouri

28. Columbia, Missouri

The Memorial Union at the University of Missouri. The tower, completed in 1926, honors the 117 university alums who died in World War I. 2006.

Jefferson City, Missouri

29. Jefferson City, Missouri

The Fountain of the Centaurs, between the Missouri State Capitol Building and the Missouri River. In the background is a bronze sculpture known as the Louisiana Purchase Statue (with James Monroe seated). 2006.

St. Louis, Missouri

30. St. Louis, Missouri

A portion of The Gateway Arch near the Mississippi River. A monument to westward expansion of the United States, the arch was completed in October of 1965. It is 630 feet tall, and 630 feet wide at its base. 2006.

Chicago, Illinois

31. Chicago, Illinois

From the Sears Tower (now Willis Tower). Lake Michigan and then from left to right, top row: Adler Planetarium, Meigs Field (demolished in 2003), and McCormick Place; next row, Shedd Aquarium, Field Museum of Natural History, and Soldier Field. What an extraordinary combination. At lower left is Grant Park and the Chicago Hilton & Towers (for those old enough to remember the 1968 Democratic National Convention). 1990.

Chicago, Illinois

32. Chicago, Illinois

Fans of the Chicago Bulls celebrate the three-time NBA champions in Grant Park. 1993.

Chicago, Illinois

33. Chicago, Illinois

Morning sunlight reflects off buildings on South Michigan Avenue. At lower left is the Art Institute of Chicago. From the Amoco Building. 1992.

Chicago, Illinois

34. Chicago, Illinois

Parade on South Michigan Avenue honors veterans of Operation Desert Storm. 1991.

Chicago, Illinois

35. Chicago, Illinois

A Chicago institution, The Berghoff Restaurant, at 17 W. Adams. 1993.

Chicago, Illinois

36. Chicago, Illinois

The Wrigley Building on North Michigan Avenue. Built in the early 1920s. 1991.

Chicago, Illinois

37. Chicago, Illinois

From the Chicago River, the Merchandise Mart at left. 1997.

Chicago, Illinois

38. Chicago, Illinois

From the tour boat Wendella in Lake Michigan. John Hancock Center (with the two antennae) at left. 1991.

 

Chicago, Illinois

39. Chicago, Illinois

The manually operated scoreboard at Wrigley Field. 1992.

Chicago, Illinois

40. Chicago, Illinois

A cold day in the Chicago area, with ice on Lake Michigan. O'Hare International Airport (ORD) near top center. 1996.

 

 
 

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