Lifting Up

World Trade Center Oculus, New York City. Architect Santiago Calatrava.

Looking Up

World Trade Center Oculus, New York City. Architect Santiago Calatrava.

Looking Out

View of the Hudson River and New Jersey from the Whitney Museum of Modern Art, New York City

Looking Down

This is view from The Edge looking straight down onto New York City traffic through the glass that people can walk on. The Edge is located in Hudson Yard and is 100 stories above the ground, and gives viewers a 360-degree view of New York and New Jersey

Falling Backward

Off the Embarcadero Center in San Francisco, California

Ship Shape

A building in the South of Market Street area in San Francisco, California

Reflections

South of Market Street in San Francisco.

Harrison Street View of the Bay Bridge

Bay Bridge San Francisco
The second famous bridge of San Francisco.

Lines

Taken in South of Market Street area, San Francisco, California.

Minimalism

Taken in South of Market Street area, San Francisco, California

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pilgram Congrational Church

Frank Lloyd Wright designed building
This building was designed by Wright in 1958 shortly before his death. It was completed in 1963. It is located in Redding, California.

Pointed

Birkenstock building
The Birkenstock building was originally the McCraw-Hill Distribution Center. It opened in 1983. The architect is John Savage Bolles, and Associates.

Enjoying the View

Crane Cove Park, Dogpatch, San Francisco, CA

Redecorating

Osprey moving branch
This osprey had just flown into the nest, and it seemed that this branch was in its way. It moved it from one side of the nest to the other. I took this photo at Lake Sonoma, Sonoma County, CA.

Looking Up

Buildings in the South of Market (SoMa) area of San Francisco, California.

An Abstract View of the Mira SF Building

Looking up into the Mira-SF building in San Francisco, CA. The original image was rotated 90 degrees to the right to create a more graphic view.

A B&W Interpretation of Frank Gehry’s Stata Center at MIT

Gehry Building MIT
The Ray and Maria Stata Center or Building 32 is a 720,000-square-foot (67,000 m2) academic complex designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The building opened for initial occupancy on March 16, 2004. (Wikipedia)

Gamba Winery – Springtime

winery building with flowers in the vineyard
One of the many Sonoma County, California wineries. It has beautiful grounds with white daisies and yellow mustard flowers growing among the vines.

Deteriorating

old house Bodie

Deteriorating slowly in the high desert environment. Bodie State Park, California.

From Water tower to Pigeon Roost

water tower with pigeons

A water tower off of Petaluma Hill Road in Santa Rosa, CA.

Marty Knapp

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Broaden your technical and creative skills. Unleash the artist within you.

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Photography by Keith Goldstein

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A photo blog by Dan Holtmeyer

neihtn

Books & Photographs

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Exploring the world with Curtis and Peggy Mekemson

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Teaching the art of composition for photography.

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