Took this photo last summer in the plaza beside the Centre Pompidou in Paris. I love this guy. Best idea for a street performance ever and so simple.
Check out one of my favorite photos, which I took of the Alice in Wonderland statue in Central Park. It is wonderful and says almost everything we need to know about space, design, creativity and interaction. I generally find statues too rigid in public spaces, but this one is so whimsical, it expands imagination, almost always so undefined when it comes to children.
How many children do you see in the photo? There is six as I recall, but after 14 years since taking it, I can only find five.
Two summers ago while visiting friends in Vienna, I stopped to take in how folks were moving about during the late afternoon. Bikes on roads, bikes on bike paths, old and new street cars, motorcycles which there are not enough of here, and people walking everywhere. This could be so many streets in our county.
I took this photo back in the mid 90’s on Ward’s Island in Toronto harbour. A small eclectic island community that is a model of efficiency in small things and creativity like this tree house.