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Ruins at Holiday Park

Ruins at Holiday Park

Looking at this picture, you might think this photo was taken in Rome or  Greece.  It certainly looks like the ruins of an ancient world, but they aren’t. Instead, these pretend ruins stand close to the entrance of Holiday Park in Indianapolis. So where did they...
The Architecture of Washington

The Architecture of Washington

Wandering through the city it is hard to miss the different architectural styles.  From federalist to classic Victorian, with a bit of modern thrown in. The eclectic mixture is what gives Washington, DC it’s signature style ( or lack there of).  Some of my...
The White House

The White House

You can’t drive down Pennsylvania Ave. anymore. There are security barriers, but you can still look through the wrought iron fence to see The White House. Graceful, and not overly pretentious, the building suits the hardworking, plainspoken image of our nation...
The Walk to the Capital

The Walk to the Capital

  Walking around Washington, DC I was overwhelmed by how imposing the buildings of our nations capital are.  How can you not be impressed with the stature of our nation as you make the walk along the Mall to the capital building? This second shot was taken later...
Still Carmel

Still Carmel

The mayor and city planners in Carmel want us to believe this town on a prairie has some quaint areas.  Instead of letting real ones develop, they build new structures and try to make them look old.  Of course, a little photoshop work adds to the illusion. This is a...