This is one of those places, with its neon lighted sign, flower boxes, and flag pole out front that makes you wonder not so much where it’s from, but when it’s from.
Nothing finer on a sunny Seattle day than admiring the beautiful Puget Sound.
It’s hard to get comfortable on the rocky beach near the point of Seattle’s Discovery Park, but the unique perspective it offers on the maritime nature of Seattle is worth it.
In addition to being a very impressive architectural feat, this spiral staircase in Savannah’s Davenport House also looks like it could be straight out of a horror movie, even in broad daylight.
Adding to my collections of homesteads in places like Vermont and Wyoming is today’s shot from outside Park City, Utah. Looking closely, you can see the array of vehicles in the landscape, looking extra-miniature against the mountains beyond.
On this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year, the coastal roads through the Marin Headlands were completely packed with people searching for the perfect view of San Francisco and the Golden Gate.
From modern lasers to something a bit older: the lakeside view of Mohonk Mountain House, looking much as it has for more than 100 years. The sheer face of the cliff contines into the structure and reflects in the water.