Trees and light poles cast early-morning shadows in an aerial view of Burleson, Texas’ Chisenhall Fields’ parking lot.
One of the Flamingo Las Vegas’ hotel towers rises into the blue Nevada sky. The Flamingo was the third casino/hotel to open on The Strip and is the oldest resort on The Strip still in operation.
An abandoned jetway lies discarded on the periphery of DFW International Airport.
The chemical tanker Burgos, docked at the port of Progreso de Merida on Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula.
The sun rises on Galveston Island, Texas.
A narrow valley along Alaska’s Taku Inlet south of Juneau.
The Gulf of Mexico roils in a cold December wind at Galveston, Texas.
Morning fog envelops Gravina Island, across the Tongass Narrows from Ketchikan, Alaska,
Alcatraz Penitentiary’s Building 64, where fading graffiti—a relic of the nineteen-month (November 20, 1969, to June 11, 1971) occupation of the island by the Indians of All Tribes organization—welcomes modern-day visitors to the island.