This monument is a rock relief carved into the cliff face of a former sandstone quarry, and features a dying lion. Sculpted during the early part of the 19th century, the purpose of the Lion of Lucerne was to commemorate the Swiss Guards who lost their lives in 1792 during the French Revolution. It is one of the most moving monuments I’ve ever seen.
Our second day at Lake Como was cloudy making the water less colorful. This shot is from the gardens of Villa Carlotta.
The Villa del Balbianello was the site of the last scenes of the James Bond movie. It’s located on Lake Como near Lenno. We recently spent a few days touring the area.
Every spring I drive to Shell Creek Road to check out the wildflowers. All the rain this year has really made them pop.
Turri Road is a picturesque drive between San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay.
The storms continue to roll through the Central Coast of California making the coastline fun to shoot.