Title: Kathmandu Sunset #5 Location: Dharahara Tower, Kathmandu, Nepal, Asia (27°42’2.02″N 85°18’42.86″E) Description: Destroyed in the earthquake of 2015, Dharahara Tower was the tallest building in Kathmandu at the time. It had survived a number of previous earthquakes (one of which removed two stories at its top) but ultimately fell Continue Reading →
Title: A View Of Kathmandu That No Longer Exists Location: Dharahara Tower, Kathmandu, Nepal, Asia Description: This view no longer exists. It was shot from the top of the Dharahara Tower during a beautiful sunset in 2011. Less than two weeks ago the tower collapsed during the 7.9 Continue Reading →
Title: “Earth To Moon, Come In Moon” Location: Hollywood Sign, Los Angeles, California, USA, North America Description: What you are looking at is the communication tower above the Hollywood sign. It’s often conveniently cropped out of most images (or Photoshopped out) and it’s because of the access road Continue Reading →
Title: Desert Minaret Location: Haddis, Al Batinah North, Oman, Arabian Peninsula, Asia (23°11’12” N 57°37’20” E) Description: One fact I learned quickly in traveling through Oman, the minarets are usually quite colorful and unique. Camera Canon 7D Lens Canon 28-300mm L ISO 100 Focal Length 110mm Aperture f/8 Continue Reading →
Title: Koutoubia Mosque Minaret Location: Marrakech, Morocco Photograph Copyright Peter West Carey Are you interested in purchasing, licensing or using this photo? Contact me, I love to share!
Title: Grave Marker And Round Tower Of Glendalough Location: Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland Settings: ISO 100 Focal Length 21mm (37mm Equiv) Shutter Speed 1/45 Aperture f/13 Exp Comp -1 1/2 Camera Canon EOS 10D Lens Canon 16-35mm L This shot was taken at the cemetary in Glendalough in Continue Reading →
Title: Devil’s Tower Location: Wyoming, USA Photograph Copyright Peter West Carey
Title: Eiffel View Location: Paris, France Description: The Eiffel Tower in Paris is probably one of the most photographed landmarks in the world. It’s hard to capture an angle that hasn’t been seen a million times before, but I’d love to spend the day there trying. Photograph Copyright Continue Reading →