“A landscape image cuts across all political and national boundaries, it transcends the constraints of language and culture.” -Charlie Waite
On a cold snowy night, I walked the narrow streets of Karaköy to reach the Galata Tower. After a brief climb, I saw this -- across the Golden Horn's junction with the Bosphorus, the majestic mosques of Sultanahmet. Yes it was cold, yes it was raining and windy, but I saw this!
View of Bangkok skyline along Chao Phraya River. Bangkok is known in Thai as Krung Thep, meaning "city of angels."
At the Skywalk Observatory, you'll find Boston's sky-high vantage point for sweeping 360 degree views of Greater Boston and beyond.
In the foreground, one of the reasons Bangladesh is beautiful and in the background one of the reasons why it's not.
One of my favorite photographs from a trip to a mustard field near Dhaka.
The cluster of 500 kilns north of Dhaka is responsible for 40 percent of the city’s particulate air pollution.