The tower at the corner of Smith and Bell Streets in Houston, Texas that was previously occupied by Enron. It is now an office of oil company Chevron.
Sunrise over Lake Michigan and Chicago.
The State Capitol of Texas in Austin seen from the north side with the underground extension rotunda in the foreground.
The skyline of Austin, Texas at dusk seen reflected in Lady Bird Lake.
A detail shot of the Flatiron Building in Manhattan.
The nave of Grace Cathedral in San Francisco as seen from the center of the aisle.
A night shot of the spectacular Aqua Building in downtown Chicago, Illinois.
The Frank Gehry designed Stata Center on the campus of MIT in Boston.
A row of houses at Fort Davis National Historic Site in west Texas.
One of the abandoned cabins at the old feed mill in Johnson City, Texas.
A street scene from Antigua, Guatemala showing the Santa Catalina Convent archway and, in the distance, Volcano Agua.
The interior of the chapel at the University of Glasgow in Scotland.
A somewhat spookier version of Cinderella's Castle in the Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World, Florida.
The dome of the US Capitol in Washington D.C. seen behind a flowering cherry tree.
The interior of the dome of the Texas State Capitol in Austin.
The Blanton Museum of Art, part of the University of Texas at Austin, hosts over 17000 works of art ranging from European Old Masters to contemporary American and Latin American works.
A lone pedestrian seen on the Ann Richards Bridge on Congress Avenue, Austin.
The enormous Lone Star sculpture outside the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in downtown Austin.
Various buildings in the vicinity of the Smith & Bell junction in downtown Houston seen at dusk.
A row of windows seen in Everett Mill, Lawrence, Massachusetts.
The sanctuary of Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City.
Elephant Mountain offers a spectacular view of Taipei city. Getting to the best photography point is about a 20 to 30 minute climb of 1000ft or so up an enormous number of somewhat uneven steps. In the summer heat, this isn't a lot of fun but the resulting view is definitely worth the discomfort of getting up there.