Time for another installment of PERSONAL, where we share images from the crew. (click to enlarge images)
Greg is a lifelong fan of the Dutch artist M.C. Escher. Escher's impossible perspective drawings have always intrigued and fascinated him. When he came upon this stairwell in an ancient church in Southern Germany, he not only experienced a momentary feeling of vertigo, but was reminded of Escher’s “Ascending and Descending” illustration. So the question is “going up…or down?
Dan captured this image while taking a stroll through the city square in Salzburg, Austria. Salzburg is filled with rustic tones and incredible architecture.
While heading back to the train station in Salzburg, Chris stumbled upon this Chevy Bel Air. In his attempt to show the contrast of Europe and the iconic 1950's US automobile, he spotted the very European street sign and composed accordingly.
Steve shot this image while on a bike ride as the sun began to set just outside of Bellbrook, Ohio. The contrast of the long shadows and the bright red paint of the barn made it an image worth stopping for.
This photo by John is of the Great Serpent Mound in Adams County, Ohio. This is the largest serpent effigy known, and is believed to have been built by the Adena culture, which dates back to around 300 BC.