Curved lines in the architecture of the Milwaukee Art Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
“The straight line belongs to men, the curved one to God.”
The Butterfly Effect. That is what I thought of when I saw this cool stencil street art installation.
No Swimming. I took a deep dive into my archives for this image since I was unable to get out and shoot today.
“Such a deep silence surrounds me, that I think I hear moonbeams striking on the windows.”
It’s a bit strange to find a diesel gas pump sitting in an alley in a residential city neighborhood. It’s not something you see everyday for sure.
Today, I’m just going for a bit of texture. Ok, a lot of texture. This shot of brick and peeling paint was taken on a walk to the store.
My son looking over a wall while playing in the kid’s section of the Milwaukee Public Library in downtown Milwaukee. It’s his way of saying. “Kilroy was here!”
Details of lines and shapes on an exterior wall of a modular building at the Maryland Avenue Montessori School on the East Side of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was overcast today which made for very soft and even illumination. On a walk with the family to the grocery store, we stopped to let my son play on the playground at the school. While he was playing, I took a quick look around.