I arrived at Seal Rocks, where I spent a bit of time doing some more long exposure photos from the bluff overlooking the beach. Then I continued north along the bulk of the Oregon coast.
I moved recently. Not much of a move, but enough to get me a bit further away from the railroad tracks and downtown. More importantly, it got me some very needed workspace at home. I’ve been exploring the waterfront close to home and often bring my camera.
From Lauterbrunnen a bus takes you to the first of four cable cars that eventually arrive at the Schilthorn, or as it is more colloquially known “Piz Gloria” the name given to it by the producers of the original “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.”
The Golden Pass Line is three segments, the first of which is the Lucerne-Interlaken “Express.” It’s a fairly modern train that happens to ride on narrow-gauge rails and which is also capable of using a cog wheel for some of the steeper sections.
My brother Jon and I agreed to meet in Europe for a few days ahead of traveling to Israel on a family visit. We met at the Zurich airport, he arriving by train from Vienna, and I by plane from Frankfurt after a long connection from a Seattle flight.
I’ve been here for eight months and still had not made it north of the border unless you count changing planes in Toronto when I flew to Tel-Aviv. I also haven’t really taken a day off unless you count my sort-of working vacation to Tel-Aviv. I saw an opening in Vancouver for a black and…
A quick and long-overdue family visit happened to coincide with the first real week of spring. Staying where I did near the old Tel-Aviv port, I had few opportunities for real adventure, but lots of opportunities for photos. Here are some. Enjoy. As always, more on Instagram.