This lighthouse is interesting because it is the location of the South Boundary Stone which marks the southern tip of the original surveyed city of Washington D.C. Due to the retrocession of this land to Virginia in 1846, this lighthouse now sits in Alexandria, Virginia.
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 really love catching this time of day in an old city. The lights of the ground floor against a darkening background is one of my favorite things to photograph. This is in Charleston, South Carolina.
Every once in a while I see a sign that just has to be photographed. Nothing else, just the sign. This one is at Coney Island in Brooklyn, New York.
This is right around sunset at Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona as the last of the sun leaves The Canyon.
This is another shot of Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona.
This is the ever beautiful Antelope Canyon slot canyon near Page, Arizona. Incredible.
This is the American and Bridal Veil Falls at night from Niagara Falls, Ontario.
This is the Absecon Lighthouse in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Built in 1854, it is the tallest lighthouse in New Jersey and the third tallest masonry lighthouse in the country. Although deactivated in 1933, it remains a landmark to the city.
I really enjoyed taking this photo. Dusk was just settling in on New York City, and this street vendor had such a warm glow to it. It was very welcoming on such a cold evening.
I took this shot as dusk was settling in and the lights were coming on in the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana. It is a magical time of day, and I loved the light coming out of this shop and the ironwork on the building. I used to live a few blocks away from where I took this, and I loved walking through the Quarter every day.
While the sea was calm and the weather sunny today, I can only imagine what this coastline looks like in a bad storm. And yet through it all, this lighthouse stands its post.
Yes, I like lighthouses. I love their uniqueness in design and setting, their beautiful functionality and the history of their keepers. This is the Coquille River Light in Bandon, Oregon.
This is the beautiful Cape Blanco Lighthouse in southern Oregon. Small but solid, it stoically keeps its watch as it has every night for 150 years.
I probably almost got into an accident when I pulled into this particular grove of redwoods in Redwood National Park in California. The sun rays through the trees were absolutely breathtaking. I have never seen the sun play through the shadows like this.