Zhangjiajie, China, taken on August 11, 2010
I’ve always been fascinated by the snaking, zig-zaggy roads that lead to the top of the mountains in Zhangjiajie. We took the cable car up when we visited and that was how I was able to take this photo. Maybe the engineers had aesthetics in mind as they designed these roads because they certainly were quite magnificent!
Bordeaux, France, taken on October 1, 2011
Person with the camera, I CHOOSE YOU! Er…OK, if you say so, boss! Let’s not mention why there was whipped cream on their fingers and faces, except that we went a bit too far with a birthday party. All for fun!
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, taken on May 31, 2011
One thing I loved about the X-ray machine that I used to work with was not its efficiency, but the humour that the designer incorporated in the analysis software. I mean, that button could have simply said “Close Window”, but for a piece of software that could only be run on a super ancient version of Mac, is it not fair to put “Kill Windows” instead? I see what you’re trying to do, Mac…
Clyde Falls, Scotland, taken on November 21, 2015
On the way to see the Clyde Falls, I encountered this little fella hopping through the woods. Thought I didn’t see you there, huh, wee thing?
Venice, Italy, taken on December 15, 2013
There is no doubt that the canals and bridges of Venice are what makes it one of the most charming cities in the world. I could get lost in its maze all day – and I wouldn’t mind!