This is the South Carolina Statehouse in Columbia at dusk.
I loved the flowers at the South Carolina Statehouse. These are in the shape of the state flag!
I enjoyed my brief visit to the Delaware Legislative Hall in Dover, Delaware. I just wish some part of the complex had been open on the weekend.
This is a look down Pennsylvania Avenue towards the U.S. Capitol here in Washington D.C.
I can’t help it – the dome looks so good. This is a different angle from last week and a closer look at the U.S. Capitol dome here in Washington D.C.
The Capitol Building looks so nice now that the scaffolding is down. The multi-year repair of the dome is done, and it looks spectacular. Obviously in Washington D.C.
I absolutely fell in love with this lovely spiral staircase in the legislators’ lounge in the Tennessee State Capitol Building in Nashville, Tennessee.
This is inside the Capitol in Charleston, West Virginia. It amazes me that I could have the place almost entirely to myself.
This statue, Lincoln Walks at Midnight, stands in front of the West Virginia Capitol Building in Charleston, West Virginia. It depicts Lincoln deliberating adding West Virginia to the Union during the American Civil War. West Virginia is the only state that was born out of the Civil War. I like both the realism of the statue and the contrast to our stereotypical Lincoln.
This is the beautiful Capitol Building in Atlanta, Georgia. It was so pretty and so quiet when I was there. I really enjoyed my visit and there was a lot to see, but I liked this main stairwell all decked out for Christmas,
This is the beautiful Tennessee State Capitol Building as the sun was going down in Nashville, Tennessee. It was really quite a beautiful view from my hotel room on the hill.