Travel Photos

This website is where I post travel photos from my various travels. It is a random sampling of some of my favorite pictures and places, rather that a travelogue type of format. I prefer this site to be a photographic glimpse of places in general. I hope you enjoy. ***NOTE: I don't update this blog frequently any longer. If you'd like to see more of my photos you can check out my Flickr site here: My Travel Photos

Location: Camano Island, Washington, United States

Monday, September 26, 2005

The Queen Emma Floating Bridge in Willemstad, Curacao is one of the most interesting sights on the island. It is a bustling pedestrian bridge connecting the two main parts of the city. Yet it crosses the main shipping canal, where many ships a day pass through. Which means than many times a day, this happens... Posted by Picasa

...the bridge swings open, stranding pedestrians already on the bridge, giving them a free ride. Posted by Picasa

And this is what the bridge opened let this tiny sailboat through. Posted by Picasa

These ferries shuttle people back and forth when the bridge is open for an extended period of time. Posted by Picasa

The bridge isn't even fully back in position yet, and people begin walking off of it. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, September 22, 2005

On the deck of Princess Cruise Lines Dawn Princess, looking south along the west coast of the island of Dominica. Posted by Picasa

Promenade behind the Rosario Resort on Orcas Island, Washington. Posted by Picasa

A side street in Quebec City, Quebec that leads down to the bluff overlooking the St. Lawrence River. (Scanned Print) Posted by Picasa

Sunday, September 11, 2005

Located on a hill overlooking the city of Boise, Idaho, the former Union Pacific train station has been beautifully restored. Posted by Picasa

A row a historic homes in Savannah, Georgia. Posted by Picasa

This is a school bus shelter, located on rural Salt Spring Island, in British Columbia. Posted by Picasa

Saturday, September 10, 2005

This is a piece of Roadside Americana that I love to find. This closed gas station is located on the old highway east of Deming, New Mexico. Not only could you get gas here, but you could spend the night in a "cabin" that looked out over the gas pumps.  Posted by Picasa

Monday, September 05, 2005

Rossland, British Columbia is a pretty little town that is full of historic buildings. Posted by Picasa

Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington is full on neat neon signs such as these. Posted by Picasa

Street scene in Quebec City, Quebec. (Scanned print) Posted by Picasa