An album of photos from a 2-day visit to Palermo, Sicily, in 2018. A fascinating, if unlovely, city with uniquely complex history and some outstanding architecture.
Yes, I know this sounds a bit weird. Images of Japanese roofs? Really? Looking through hundreds of images I took … More
Printable calendars for 2020 in three different sizes.
Some images from a brief visit to the major cities of Portugal in 2017.
A collection of images taken in June, 2018, during a visit to San Francisco to see the SFO Opera’s production … More
A view from the Torre d’Asinelli For decades after World War II, while the increasingly corrupt Christian Democrats held national … More
In the hills behind Palermo, Sicily, is the community of Monreale — “Royal Mountain” — and the Cathedral of the … More
September 4, 476 C.E. is the conventional date — sanctioned by Edward Gibbon — for the end of the Roman … More
The Second Coming when an eternally youthful Christ, seated on a watery globe from which pour the four rivers of … More
The Lamentation of Christ in Death is a group of seven, mediæval terracotta sculptures.