Photos Related to "Minimalism"

Here Come the Booms

Three crane booms in a storage yard reach into the sky over Gainesville, Texas.

Three crane booms in a storage yard reach into the sky over Gainesville, Texas.

Red Hull

The chemical tanker SIchem Manila, Bolivar Roads Anchorage, Galveston, Texas.

The chemical tanker SIchem Manila, Bolivar Roads Anchorage, Galveston, Texas.

Morning Contrails

A jet's contrails reflect the morning light as the sun begins to crest the horizon near North Texas' Lake Lavon.

A jet’s contrails reflect the morning light as the sun begins to crest the horizon near North Texas’ Lake Lavon.

Piled

The stacks of floors of one of the Stemmons Towers looms in the sky over I-35 northwest of Downtown Dallas.

The stacks of floors of one of the Stemmons Towers looms in the sky over I-35 northwest of Downtown Dallas.

Bay Waves

Gulf Horizon

The distant horizon of the Gulf of Mexico as seen from Galveston Island, Texas.

The distant horizon of the Gulf of Mexico as seen from Galveston Island, Texas.

Under Central Texas Skies

Texas A&M University's Rudder Tower in the cloudy Central Texas sky.

Texas A&M University’s Rudder Tower in the cloudy Central Texas sky.

Portal to the Sky

Detail of sculptor Robert Irwin's large-scale "untitled (dawn to dusk)" on the grounds of the Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas.

Detail of sculptor Robert Irwin’s large-scale “untitled (dawn to dusk)” on the grounds of the Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas.

9:01

The eastern-most of the Gates of Time at the Oklahoma City National Memorial. Marked with the time 9:01 to signify the last minute of peace prior to the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995. A companion gate at the western end of the memorial is marked 9:03 to represent the first minute of recovery after the 9:02 AM explosion.

The eastern-most of the Gates of Time at the Oklahoma City National Memorial. Marked with the time 9:01 to signify the last minute of peace prior to the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995. A companion gate at the western end of the memorial is marked 9:03 to represent the first minute of recovery after the 9:02 AM explosion.

Dune

The desolate, endless expanse of sand dunes at New Mexico's White Sands National Park.

The desolate, endless expanse of sand dunes at New Mexico’s White Sands National Park.