Things I Run Into
Mill Avenue Bridge looking south.
The little pink house
Just when I was starting to enjoy my ride along this wide sidewalk next to the suburban highway…
Friday afternoon bike ride up to Taliesin West in perfect weather.
First Solar shows some ASU pride using their building’s moveable window shades.
Remnants of the old Ash Avenue Bridge, built in 1913 by convicts from the Arizona Territorial Prison in Florence.
A new roundabout sculpture produced by Tempe artist Ernie Nichols graces the intersection of 12th street and Roosevelt in Mitchell Park.
Southbound on the Mill Avenue Bridge.
A dust storm rolls into Tempe at sunset.
This gate and perimeter walls surround the footprints of buildings left inside a vacant lot near downtown Tempe.
A lone storm cloud passes behind downtown Tempe.
Sail boats gather for a race on Tempe Town Lake.
The recently opened West Sixth Apartments stand in a clear downtown Tempe sky.
A large iron tree stands on the north bank of Rio Salado near Priest Drive. There is no information regarding the names of the people stamped out of each leaf.
Lights shine on Tempe’s newest bridge across Town Lake.
Tempe’s Healing Field is an installation of 3000 flags at Tempe Beach Park in remembrance of 9/11.
Rio Salado runoff west of Town Lake dam
Public artwork along the north bank of Tempe Town Lake
Gammage Auditorium – designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and completed in 1964.