The Header Graphics – Part 1

If you’re checking out the site you’ll notice Ted and I have a rotating header/banner graphic that usually shows some stock image from a photo gallery.  I’ve been asked where I found them and “hey, can you send me a link to download those?”

No.  I can’t, because they’re not stock photos.  All of the header graphics are photos I’ve taken from various places around the world.

Florence-Sunset.jpgThat’s the view from the Excelsior hotel on the Arno river in Florence, Italy.  That view is of Ponte Amerigo Vespucci, right at sunset.  That was a fun pic to take.  They’re all fun to take, actually.

Kinzua-Fall-2010-A.jpgOn the other side of the planet we have this forested beauty, taken from the Kinzua reservoir in Onoville, NY during the opening weekend for hunting season.  You’ll find me in that building on the right most every day that week in November.

Orion-M42-020412.jpgFinally, not on this planet at all is a sliver of M42, the Orion Nebula.

All of the header images are taken by me because Ted and I travel a lot and figure this is one good way to remember the good lives we’ve lived and great places we’ve seen.  Sorry, but we can’t take you with us.  Still, we’re happy to share a 198 pixel high slice of the view.

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