Inside Out

The former Lyric Theater in downtown Kansas City. Built in 1929 as the Ararat Shrine Temple, the Shriners spent one million dollars on its construction. The property was foreclosed in 1936 with $600,000 on the note. The building has been occupied by a Red Cross blood collection center and a television broadcasting station. Click on the image for a larger view.

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Tokyo Station

Tokyo Station at night after the rush hour. When it opened in 1914, half a million passengers used the station in the first year. Today, 420,000 people pass through daily on over 3,000 trains. This is not the busiest station in Tokyo. From our book Earth, Water, Wind, Fire, Emptiness: Tokyo Landscape. Click on the image for a larger view.

Awaiting Summer

A rooftop swimming pool is being illuminated by the reflection from windows on the neighboring building. The snow fell the day before. Click on the image for a larger view.

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The Presidentials

Mt. Washington is the most prominent member of what is known as the Presidential Range in New Hampshire. These are other Presidential peaks: Mt. Adams on the left Mt. Madison in the center. Click on the image for a larger view.