Here is a sneak peek of one of the images I’m showing in the group show, The Belt Line: Hiding in Plain Site opening January 1, 2016 at Sugar City in Buffalo, NY.
I came across another of many seagull photos from my trip to Australia in February and March of this year. It doesn’t matter where I am, I’m usually making images. I travel a lot for work and the contents of this blog reflect that. But whether I’m far from home or restlessly awaiting my next trip, I’m almost always photographing. I look for excuses to get in the car and drive somewhere new, even if it’s just down the road a short way. Simple, everyday moments like this are all around us, near or far. I get a lot of joy just searching for them.
I chose this image to mark our trip to Frankfurt. We got back over a week ago and I’ve been so busy in the office I haven’t had time to post much. The building featured near the middle of the frame is the MesseTurm, a 55-storey skyscraper in the Westend-Süd district of Frankfurt. It’s the second tallest building in Frankfurt, the second tallest building in Germany and the third tallest building in the European Union. Locals often call it Bleistift (pencil) due to its shape.