Discussion in 'Picture of the Day' started by haunteddoc, Nov 7, 2008.
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Across the Thames by John Wolff, on Flickr
Bells at the Mission San Juan Capistrano, California
Thatched-roof stable, Hamburg, Germany
Ice/snow on tidal inlet - Bailey Island, Maine
View from inside the Circular Dinning Room at the Hotel Hershey, Hershey, PA
Not so random, but not a park either. Had to stop by the gate last summer after our tour of Warner Bros. Studios. Sadly, no one was home at Disney.
Walt Disney Co. by John Wolff, on Flickr
The beach in Santa Monica, California
Santa Monica by John Wolff, on Flickr
For the race fans out there who, like me, are excited by the news the F1 driver Fernando Alonso will be racing in the 2017 Indy 500, here's a shot of him the last time he drove at Indy, in the 2007 USGP. Ten years is too big of a gap between appearances.
He's Coming Back
Another spot picked by my daughter, she wanted to go to the end of the pier, just like Forrest Gump.
Where to now? by John Wolff, on Flickr
Stained glass window honoring Johann Sebastian Bach, Thomaskirche [St. Thomas Church], Leipzig, Germany. Bach was organist and choirmaster there for over 20 years.
Capilano Park in Vancouver.....
Moon rise from Ocean Point - near Boothbay Harbor, Maine
The reef of Norman's Woe as seen from the Hammond Castle - Cape Ann, Massachusetts. The reef was the setting for Longfellow's poem, The Wreck of the Hesperus.
Footbridge, Boothbay Harbor, Maine. The footbridge is a century old and connects the main part of town with the "East side." The grayish building the the left of center, is directly on the bridge. In the past it has been used for many things including an artist's studio/gallery and gift shop. Living quarters were also included. Today, it is a wholly residential cottage.
Altar, Santa Barbara Mission, California
Sunset over Lake Huron
On Patrol. Korean War Veterans Memorial, Washington, DC
One of numerous similar statues erected in the late 19th Century. They are located throughout New England, often in town squares, to honor those local soldiers who died in the "Great Rebellion". This one is in Camden, Maine.
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