I just thought this was a pretty string of buildings in downtown Dover, Delaware.
These few photos I took on one of my last days in Alaska when I was camping by myself on the absolutely stunning Nabesna Road in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park.
Thomas Edison employed hundreds of people in his laboratory in West Orange, New Jersey. It was really incredible to see all the machines they used in their creative work.
This beautiful library and office were inside the laboratory at Thomas Edison National Historic Park in West Orange, New Jersey.
I snapped this at the park in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It was just such a beautiful day, I couldn’t help it!
When I was in kindergarten and 1st grade, I went to school on the grounds of the National Cathedral here in Washington D.C. I always loved visiting the Bishop’s Garden with all it’s hidden nooks and crannies. I really like this little bench in the corner.
This is my last picture of rides on Jersey Shore. I’m just excited that summer is coming and these really reminded me of going to the beach as a kid in the Mid-Atlantic region. This is on the boardwalk in Ocean City, New Jersey.
This is the stationmaster at the train in Wonderland on the Ocean City, New Jersey boardwalk. I actually had to ask if I was too big to ride that ride (turns out I wasn’t!).
This is Wonderland on the boardwalk in Ocean City, New Jersey. Doesn’t it just look like fun? Summer’s coming.
I love that one of the best views of the Hollywood sign anywhere is from Hollywood Lake dog park. But here it is, obviously in Hollywood, California.
I just love neon lights. This is the entrance to Pacific Park in Santa Monica, California.
This woman was out braving the mid-November chill in Central Park in New York City. She was practicing her art while I was practicing mine.