by Ruth Categories: Photography, Wordless WednesdayTags: airport, escape pods, office space, photography, postaday, private, travel 10 Comments
Pittsburgh Airport Display
Saw this display at the airport this morning.
Invitation to shop for Souvenirs from your visit to the city Pittsburgh. Items from The Warhol Store at The Andy Warhol Museum.
The Mural Complete- Berlin
Sunday morning, I walked from the train to the Schoenefeld Airport and noticed the scaffolding was down and the painting of the mural complete.
I saw the artist’s name, Steven Karlstedt. You might remember the photo of the painting of the mural when I arrived a couple of weeks ago.
Photographed on March 31st
Farewell until my next visit.
The Mural Painter in Berlin
Between the Schoenefeld airport and the train station. Painting the Brandenburg Gate on the wall.
A Peek at Iceland on the Way Home
An aisle seat on both legs of my trip from Berlin to Pittsburgh via Reykjavik, meant no window pics- by me. Fortunately I had great seatmates. One guy used my phone to shoot the scene for me and then Maíra captured the view on her phone and texted them to me. I wanted to see what Iceland looked like by day.
Berlin to Iceland- Canadian man who lives in Berlin and works in finance took these
Reykjavik to Pittsburgh photographed by Maíra B. Software Trainer
Iceland and Pittsburgh Aitports by me
Structure Gallery Three
Structure Gallery Three
Structure Found in Expected and Unexpected Places
The weekly Photo Challenge created by Jen H. at WordPress is Structure
Cleveland National Air Show – Guest Blog
Guest blog by my son-in-law James
Cleveland National Airshow at the Burke Lakefront Airport
“My cousin Troy is ranked a CW3 Warrant officer. He was in Afghanistan for a year, Kuwait for a year, and Germany flying around generals and other dignitaries for 3 years. He is an 18 year army vet and has been a part of the Golden Knights for 1.5 years”….James
Cousins Troy and James and Charles and The Golden Knights
The Navy Blue Angels
Twenty Hour Journey
First leg of our journey complete.
Mary and I made it to Okanogan via Seattle and Wenatchee Washington to be with our brother David and his wife Carolee.
It’s a long way from New York City. We got diverted to Minneapolis for a couple of hours but we were fortunate to make our connections. A little more excitement than we needed.
Here’s the article about what happened on our way to Seattle. Alaska Air couldn’t have been nicer to us.
Morning view in Okanogan
Seattle Airport- The Olympic Mountain range in the distance
Orchards from the Bombarier 400Q plane
Ready for the winter, firewood pile
Where we sleep in the Yoga Studio