The Stari Most bridge above the clear, aquamarine water and the sharp mountains in the background above Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where the war destroyed the bridge only 20 years ago. Two men chat while sitting against a bullet-scarred wall in a Mostar town street.
These stunning live oak trees that are characteristic of classic Houston neighbrohoods line city streets in the West University neighborhood, just outside of the Rice University Campus. These particular trees are located on South Boulevard.
My Moroccan friend Mohammad donned some traditional Tuareg wear and set out into the Sahara Desert just outside of the desert village of Merzouga, Morocco. The sun was setting and a dust storm hit us only minutes after I took this shot. Moha now runs a travel service called Rove Morocco.
This warehouse is in Houston's warehouse district, or EaDo, as it's becoming known. This vabandoned, urban decaying warehouse is just off of highway 59 by the Houston Dynamo BBVA Compass Stadium. It has graffiti from two prominent Houston graffiti artists Remuv and Nekst. Apparently it's one of Nekst's earlier works. I read somewhere that this building used to be made to make coffee.
A photo of the hillside view of the brightly colored houses in the quaint village of Moulay Idriss, Morocco contrasted against the Moroccan countryside below.
One thing I enjoy about Morocco is all of the cats that tend to hang about Moroccan cities, and Chefchaouen, a beautiful, peaceful, and painted entirely blue city situated in the Rif mountains, is no exception. This black and white cat contrasts perfectly the cool blue hues of the winding Chauoen medina.
The pillars of la catedral de Granada, or the Granada cathedral, sharply pointing out of the black and white-tiled ground makes the Granada, Spain, cathedral look like a chess board to me.