I'm amazed how much photography--particularly the sharing of images--has changed since I first started shooting Kodachrome slides many years ago. Back then, sharing photographs involved hosting a slide show once or twice a year in which a handful of people would view far too many pictures at one sitting.

Now, more than 175,000 people from 157 countries--including Pakistan, Tanzania, Iran, Ukraine, Sudan and Cambodia--have browsed through the pictures on this site. Amazingly, all 7 continents are represented as well now that a visitor from Antarctica finally joined the ranks a few months ago!

I am continually updating this site with fresh images, so please check back often. To view my most current work (or more accurately stated--"play"), click on the "Recent Images" link at the top of each page.

The pictures from my recent road trip to the 21 Missions of California are now available for viewing. Please click here to view some of my favorites from this journey. It took me quite some time to process the images from this last long road trip. But, I'm already in the planning stages for my next trip. That trip will be very different from my usual road trips. I plan to stay in Oahu for a couple of weeks this January. There is an amazing number of photo opportunities there--landscapes, city scenes, historical sites, plants, surfing and yet another state capitol! More to come on this...

Thank you taking the time to view my pictures.

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Your website is really cool, nice photos

amazing, nice and impressive pics, keep going.
Great Photos. love your work Glen.

58.Dora Truong(non-registered)
Nice talking with you at the First Baptist Church in America today. The symmetry upstairs should fit in well with the architecture photos I saw on your website. There is a kaleidoscope quality to many that I like particularly.

If you can get into the Providence Performing Arts Center on Weybosset Street downtown you may enjoy the interior, too. It was a vaudeville theatre in the twenties I believe. Rhode Island School of Design Libary is in a former bank building on the corner of Weybosset and Memorial Boulevard. The interior is quite beautiful with elevator doors by Daniel Chester French and the ceiling in the center of the building is vaulted. They will let you in if you sign a form.
I have gone through almost every single work you have shared here. They are brilliant and exceptional works. I always prefer to see the photographs in a raw manner, but a minimalistic editing can always be acceptable.

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