I love these pictures.
I have long referred to them collectively as my “happy place.” I spent some of the best times of my life in these scenic spots including Cancun, Laguna Beach, the Rocky Mountain National Park and Cape Hatteras. I took every one of these shots, trying to capture a stunning view that I’d been blessed enough to see.
It’s no secret that I’m a true aficionado of Mother Nature’s glory so this is not surprising. But moving to a new office – and getting a stunning piece of historic architecture for a backdrop – it seemed like the ideal time to do a change of artwork. Here’s my new view, featuring said piece of historic architecture.
So, slowly during the past few days, that’s exactly what I did.
I decided to highlight some of the shots I’ve captured during the past few years of historic downtown St, Louis. After taking advantage of a Walgreen’s sale that includes enlargement , recycling my old frames and painstakingly rounding up a selection of other frames that wouldn’t break the bank, here’s a look at what I’ve done so far.
I still have a few more groupings to pull together (including one featuring that more modern downtown staple, the Arch) and hang, but thus far, I’m extremely pleased. I don’t know how people can stand to be surrounded by bare walls – especially ones where you spend as much time as I do in these.